Two teams are vying to sign Kim Min-jae.

Kim Min-jae is one of the hottest commodities in this summer’s transfer market. Kim joined Napoli ahead of the season, and in just one season, he’s become the go-to center back for Napoli and the Italian Serie A. The emergence of the big center back has attracted a number of clubs, with Manchester United being the most active, sending scouts and following Kim closely during the season.

The Red Devils have been the most talked about team in the local media when it comes to Kim’s transfer speculation. The Red Devils have primarily used Rafael Varane and Lisandro Martinez this season, and have been disappointed by the lack of quality from the bench. In the upcoming transfer window, United will be looking to get rid of Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof and bolster their defense with a center back of similar quality to Baran and Martinez, and Kim Min-Jae seems to fit the bill.

Negotiations could also begin. Initially, Kim’s representatives were cautious, saying they wanted to wait and see how the clubs fared in Europe. However, now that the English Premier League (EPL) is over and United has qualified for next season’s UEFA Champions League (UCL), the analysis suggests that Kim’s camp could make a move.

Newcastle United has emerged as a possible rival to United during the pause in their pursuit of Kim Min-jae. Fabrizio Romano, an expert on the European soccer transfer market who works for the British newspaper The Guardian, shared a report on his social media account on Sept. 29 (KST) that both Man United and Newcastle are interested in Kim Min-jae.토토사이트

Newcastle finished third in the league this season, earning a ticket to the UCL next season, and they are determined to make a strong showing in the UCL and league next season by making major reinforcements in the summer transfer market. They’re also looking to win the league in the long term, so they’re taking their time to add world-class talent. It’s no surprise that a player like Kim Min-jae is on Newcastle’s radar.

The conditions for both teams are virtually identical. They both want to qualify for the UCL next season, and they both want to do better next season. The choice is his.

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