NAPOLI signing Kim Min-jae nailed his initiation in his new club with a stunning performance of Gangnam Style.
Kim, 25, joined the Partenopei from Fenerbahce following a €20million (£16.8m) deal and signed a three-year contract.
The centre-back linked up with Napoli for pre-season and had to undergo his initiation by singing a song live in front of his new team-mates.
The South Korea international didn't disappoint as he put together a stunning rendition of the hit song Gangnam Style in the dining area and went viral on social media.
The 25-year-old proved to be quite the entertainer as he nailed PSY's performance and even did his signature dance in front of his jubilant team-mates, who were left in stitches.
Kim certainly made a marvellous first impression as his performance received a standing ovation by the entire team.
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The South Korean star joined Napoli as Kalidou Koulibaly's replacement at the back.
And the former Feneberbahce star has a major task ahead of him as Koulibaly reached superstar status during his eight-year stint at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium.
The Senegal international left Napoli in the summer for Chelsea following a £34m deal.
The centre-back leaves quite a void behind him after a total of 316 appearances across all competitions.
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However, Kim makes a strong claim following a raft of impressive performances in Turkey last year.
The defender amassed a total of 39 appearances last season and scored a goal along the way.
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