The San Diego Padres have reportedly agreed terms with South Korean infielder Kim Ha-seong.
According to MLB-dot-com, the move is still pending a physical, and the terms are undisclosed.
Reports suggest Kim will be given at least a four year contract worth around 30 million dollars.
The 25-year-old, who primarily played shortstop and third base for the Kiwoom Heroes, was one of the most coveted free-agent infielders this offseason after hitting a career-high 30 home runs in 2020.
Kim must sign within the MLB's 30-day negotiating period, which ends New Year's Day.