The market of Naples currently revolves around the future of Kalidou Koulibaly. The Senegalese is directed to the Manchester City, but the negotiation is struggling to take off, especially due to the far from idyllic relations between the English club and Napoli.
On Monday there was a meeting between sports director Giuntoli and Fali Ramadani, Koulibaly’s prosecutor. The situation has been assessed but the negotiation has not yet been released. Meanwhile, a deadline has been set: Manchester City wants to close by 15 September. Napoli’s plan B could be the PSG, interested in both Koulibaly and Fabián Ruiz, but Leonardo must sell before buying. One thing is certain: De Laurentiis will let the Senegalese defender leave only in the face of an offer from no less than 70 million euros. It is reported in today’s edition of The Corriere del Mezzogiorno.