Senegalese defender Calido Coulibaly has become the world’s most expensive defender after Napoli set up a new amount to give up the player’s services.
Italian media have expressed the desire of several European clubs to win the services of Senegalese defender Calido Coulibaly, most notably Manchester United.
Aurelio de Laurentis, president of the Napoli club, has repeatedly stressed that Koulibaly will be given only a large sum.
According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, Napoli has ordered 120 million euros for those who want to complete the Senegalese deal.
Coulibaly, 27, played for the French club Metz 2010-2012 and the Belgian Gink 2012-2014.
In May 2014 he moved to Naples for 8 million euros.