Korean League club Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC have confirmed they have received an offer for Kim Min-Jae to join Watford.
South Korean defender Kim Min-Jae has been with K-League club Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC since 2017.
He has appeared in 52 matches, scoring three goals.
And now, the 2019 AFC Asian Cup participant is wanted by English Premier League side Watford.
“Watford have made an offer. I cannot give many details about the deal, but it will be like how Lee Jae-sung went to Germany,” a club official was quoted by Fox Sports Asia.
“Kim also knows that Watford’s proposal has come in.”
“The player and Watford are in negotiations and he is doing it through his own channels because he is away at the Asian Cup,” the spokesperson said.