Paris Saint-Germain sporting advisor Luis Campos looks to improve the capital club’s defense this summer transfer window. However, the Portuguese might have to cross Min-jae Kim off his target list.
Il Mattino recently reported that Manchester United and the Korean international have agreed to terms on a contract. Furthermore, the Red Devils will pay the €60 million asking price Napoli wants for the defender.
Il Mattino : Kim Min-jae a accepté de rejoindre Manchester #United, qui devrait payer la clause libératoire (60M) du joueur. Pour #Osimhen, seule une offre de 160M fera vaciller le Napoli. Lobotka et Kvara ne partiront pas cet été. pic.twitter.com/ECL9i6Tctj
— GuillaumeMP (@Guillaumemp) May 24, 2023
If the reporting is accurate, the French giants must look elsewhere to add another central defender.
Campos already has Milan Škriniar coming and with the possible departure of Sergio Ramos and the injury to Presnel Kimpembe, PSG is keen on adding another center-back.
Nonetheless, suppose Campos and Co. decide to offload manager Christophe Galtier. In that case, they might wait for who replaces the French tactician before adding a central defender to see his preferred targets.
The 2022-23 season is ending, and with the summer transfer window opening in a few weeks, PSG will need to act fast to ensure they don’t lose out on other targets.