Napoli could sell Kalidou Koulibaly for €50m in the summer with Liverpool, Barcelona and the two Manchester clubs interested.
The Senegal international will see his contract expire in June 2023 and the Partenopei’s President Aurelio De Laurentiis could agree to sell him for €50m in the summer.
De Laurentiis revealed he had rejected a €100m bid in 2019, but that was before the pandemic and the defender’s price-tag has now lowered.
According to the report, the asking price is in the region of €60m, but the Napoli President could eventually sell the 29-year-old for a lower fee.
The defender is eager to leave the Stadio Maradona and Barcelona, Liverpool, Manchester United and City are reportedly interested in welcoming his services.
It remains to be seen whether Kouliably will change his mind if Napoli manage to qualify for the Champions League this season.
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