It has been more than a week since Napoli officially transferred Senegalese defender Kalidou Koulibaly to Chelsea. As a result, the Italian side are working hard to make up for this very significant loss in Luciano Spalletti's squad.
Aurelio de Laurentiis, president of the Neapolitan club, confirmed on 'Radio Kiss Kiss' the imminent arrival of the sought-after defender to complete the squad: "I would love to sign a player from South Korea". The 25-year-old South Korean centre-back, Kim Min-Jae, who plays for Fenerbahce, has been linked with a move to the club.
Meanwhile, despite the fact that the operation has not been fully completed, the Italian club hopes to "complete the transfer soon", given that "some details are still missing" before an official agreement is reached.
De Laurentiis was so clear about the signing of the Asian defender that he will not have to negotiate with the Ottoman club, as they will pay the 20 million euro termination clause.