Ten Hag target ‘will go Man Utd for rest of his life’

Jacque Talbot
Jacque Talbot
  • 4 Jun 2023 13:59 BST
  • 3 min read
Erik ten Hag, Man Utd, 2022/23
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Manchester United target Kim Min-jae will make the move to the Premier League giants and remain there ‘for the rest of his life’, reports have claimed.

The defender, who’s enjoyed a fine campaign for Napoli, has been linked with a move to Old Trafford.

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Italian journalist Salvatore Caiazza said to Radio Kiss Kisss, the official radio partner of Napoli: “Kim? He will go to Manchester United for the rest of his life.”

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Meanwhile, Repubblica report that Min-jae is expected to say goodbye to Napoli fans today - and the club wanted to keep him but can’t match the package offered by Man Utd.

Erik ten Hag is keen on signing another defender with the departure of Harry Maguire this summer almost certain.

The England international found game-time hard to come by this season and is likely to make the move out of the club once an offer comes in.

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The former Leicester City player is one of several Man Utd players who are likely to depart the club in the upcoming window, as Ten Hag tries to bring about an overhaul.

Min-jae is linked with a move away
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Man Utd may face competition for Min-jae, however, with Paris Saint-Germain also keen. But RMC Sport journalist Fabrice Hawkins claimed that the Ligue 1 side are deciding against pursuing a move for the South Korean international, who is set for a move to the Premier League.

PSG feel the 24-year-old’s valuation to be too expensive, and so they will look elsewhere., Bayern Munich left-back Lucas Hernandez, who expressed his desire to leave after turning down a contract, could be one that they go for instead.

PSG view Hernandez as an ideal addition to bolster their defence - but they know that negotiations for the player with Bayern Munich will be tricky.

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