Man United’s £95m bid for Napoli defender, Kalidou Koulibaly was rejected yesterday. An Italian source reports.
According to a journalist from Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport, as quoted by The Sun, reports that the Red Devils have had a bid-money approach for the 27-year-old defender turned down.
The reports also claims Man United are “desperate” to tighten up their defence ahead of next season in other to bolster their squad ahead of next season’s showdown.
It also stated that Napoli do not want to sell Koulibaly this summer although the defender currently has a release clause of £130m in his contract with the Serie A side.
This makes the third time Napoli defender Koulibaly is been linked to a move to the premier league. With Man United the key club in chase for the standard center back.
He’s also had interest from some of Europe’s top clubs in the past.
Manchester United are bound to be on the lookout for a number of defensive reinforcements this summer.
United finished six in the Premier League table last season and went trophyless for the second season running after another disappointing campaign for the club