Napoli defender Kim Min-Jae has agreed to join Premier League giants Manchester United this summer.
The South Korea international has helped Napoli win the Serie A title this season.
The centre-back only joined the club last year following the departure of Kalidou Koulibaly, who joined Chelsea.
He was a top performer in the Serie A side and has now agreed to join the Red Devils, with Il Mattino stating a deal is close to being struck.
The news outlet claims that the Manchester United hierarchy have convinced the 26-year-old to join their project at Old Trafford.
The ex-Fenerbahce star boasts a release clause of between £43 million and £52 million in his contract.
Napoli, looking for a replacement for the Asian defender and are also primed to receive bids for striker Victor Osimhen.