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Kim Min-jae arrived in Napoli last summer for 18 million euros, but he didn’t need a season to convince the Azzurri. The South Korean defender, who came to replace Kalidou Koulibaly, should stay longer in Italy. The Partenopei should secure his contract even more.
Kim Min-jae arrived last summer in Napoli from Fenerbahçe. In his contract with the current Serie A leader, the South Korean signed a lease with a release clause set at 48 million euros. Only six months later, his market value has changed and his contract should be reviewed. According to Il Corriere Dello Sport, the player’s entourage is discussing with Napoli to raise the price of the termination clause. The latter should increase to 65 million for the 26-year-old player. An agreement that should keep away the suitors and secure the future of the player until 2025, the year of the end of his lease.