Manchester City are reportedly keen on agreeing terms with Napoli over the move of their long time target Senegal and Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly.
Man City are willing to make of Koulibaly their third summer signing following the arrival of Nathan Ake from Southampton and Ferran Torres from Valencia.
However, they will have to level their bid in order to land the centre-back from Italia.
According to The Guardian, Citizens officials intend to reach a compromise with Napoli board.
As a reminder, Man City has tabled €60m that Napoli judged insufficient as they calim €75m for their ‘rock’.