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Transfer: Done deal; Kim Min-jae agrees to join Man United; Man United keen on Gregor Kobel

Done deal: Jordan Beyer signs a four-year deal with Burnley

Burnley have signed defender Jordan Beyer on a four-year deal from German side Borussia Monchengladbach after his loan spell at Turf Moor. The 22-year-old joined Burnley on 1 September and went on to make 35 appearances for the club. Beyer helped Vincent Kompany's side keep 18 clean sheets on the way to winning the 2022-23 Championship title.

Kim Min-jae agrees to join Man Utd

Napoli defender Kim Min-jae has agreed to join Manchester United this summer, according to a new report. The South Korean has played a key role for the Italian giants this season in their successful attempt to win the Serie A title for the first time in 33 years. Kim has played all bar one of the side's 35 games, and Napoli have the joint-second best defence in Europe's top five leagues this season, with only Barcelona ahead of them. According to Italian outlet Il Mattino, United have convinced Kim to move to Old Trafford, with just the final details of a move still to be completed.

Man United keen on Kobel

Manchester United are reportedly mulling over a move for Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Kobel in the summer transfer window. Erik ten Hag is said to be keen on keeping De Gea around, but The Independent reports that the Dutchman wants serious competition for the long-serving member of the Red Devils’ ranks. Swiss star Kobel is reported to be in United’s sights as he is comfortable with the ball at his feet – an area that De Gea is considered to struggle in.

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