Man City is preparing a new bid for Napoli & Senegal defender Kalidou Koulibaly, with the Serie A side not willing to accept less than €75m for their star centre-back.
That's according to Fabrizio Romano who has been covering this developing transfer saga for some time.
It's understood that the relationship between the clubs is strained after Jorginho's proposed move to City fell through two years ago and Chelsea hijacked the deal. Koulibaly's agent Fali Ramadani is working to find an agreement soon to appease both parties despite negotiations taking longer than expected.
Napoli's president Aurelio De Laurentiis has stated that man City, PSG and Man United are the clubs that can afford Koulibaly.
Fabrizio Romano claims that personal terms have been already agreed between Manchester City and the player, now it's down to an agreement between the clubs.
Watch this space.