Manchester City are reportedly interested in signing the £40 million Serie A star, who is also Manchester United’s interest. live
Manchester City are among the Premier League clubs interested in signing Napoli defender Kinthis summer. The defender had a brilliant first season in Italy. After signing a contract to replace Kalidou Koulibaly last summer Minjae is one of the regulars for the team that are on their way to winning the Serie A title and also picked up the UFABET league’s Player of the Month for September.
Manchester United, Liverpool and Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur have all expressed interest in a £40m release clause for the Napoli defender with Kim Min-jae. The Sun claiming. With Manchester City now joining the ranks. It is said Kim, 26 wants a move to the Premier League, meaning he will leave Napoli after just one season there.
Spurs have a slight advantage with international team-mate Son Heung-min in the squad. But interest from Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United. As well as Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich. Vnik gives his players and agents a lot of options. Napoli could seek to lift their £39m (€45m) release clause by offering Kim a new contract. Despite joining for less than 12 months from Fenerbahce for £15 million pounds
Manchester City has good players. Plenty at centre-back Guardiola has John Stones, Ruben Dias, Nathan Ake and Manuel Akanji , although the Spaniard is willing to part ways with Aymeric La. Port, on the other hand, Manchester United also have a defensive line of Lisandro Martinez and Rafael Varane, whom Erik ten Hag prefers to use. As a result, Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof became the second choice.
As for Kim Min Jae , previously Calciomercato Italian radio station Rai Sport reports that Liverpool are willing to make an offer of more than £53 million to sign the Napoli defender this summer. They know that the Kimchi international is also attracting interest from the Red Devils and PSG. Therefore, they are preparing to make an offer to get the player’s signature before the two top teams.