Manchester United are ready to sign Napoli defender Kim Min-jae in a straight-cash deal this summer.
The South Korean has been a revelation during his debut campaign in Naples but has been tipped to leave soon.
His foreign release clause will be active between July 1-15 and United are set to capitalise on the buy option.
According to Il Mattino, the Red Devils are expected to pay the fee in one go and don’t have any room for negotiation.
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has refused to speak on the defender and won’t accept any players in exchange.
Hence, United are set to make a single payment for the South Korean, who has given the green light for the switch.
Min-jae is eager to work under Erik ten Hag at United. He has his sights on a Premier League move this summer.
Paris Saint-Germain are also interested in signing him but Min-jae prefers a lucrative move to England over Paris.