Manchester United are in the transfer window in search of recruitment and also to further strengthen their squad ahead of the 2021/22 season.
A centre back is one of Manchester United priority going forward this summer and according to reports, the red devils are once again linked with the signing of Senegal defender Koulibaly who is available at a cheap price this summer.
Last year Manchester United was prepared to make a huge offer of £85million for the Napoli centre back who earns £100,000 a week but the transfer failed to materialise with Napoli demanding more from Manchester United.
However, according to the latest update which was provided by a trusted Italian outlet, Koulibaly agent is looking to find a club for his client and Napoli are now demanding a fee of £45-50 million euros.
The report also stated that the red devils are willing to welcome the Senegal international but they're not the only ones interested in the player, with Bayern Munich and Real Madrid also in for his signature.
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