Italian Serie A outfit Napoli are now losing patience in the transfer saga surrounding their player, Kalidou Koulibaly as they are yet to receive any concrete offer to seal a deal this summer transfer window.
Napoli have made it clear that the Senegal international is open for sale and available in the market but that he will not be leaving the club for a cheap fee and that is suspected to be the reason why some of his suitors have not come with an offer.
Man United and Man City are believed to be the major contenders for the signature of the 29-year-old but none of them have stepped forward with an offer despite learning the fee.
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It was earlier claimed that Man City have agreed on personal terms with Kalidou Koulibaly but there have been silence from the Pep Guardiola side despite their need of a defender in this summer transfer window.
Football Italian, therefore reports that Napoli is giving all his suitors until this weekend to complete a deal for him or he will no longer be available for sale this transfer window.
Man United and Man City are not alone in the chase for Kalidou Koulibaly, according to reports with Italian outlet, Football Italian confirming that French Ligue 1 outfit, Paris Saint Germain are also interested in his service.