Senegal international Koulibaly who has been in great form in the Serie A since he moved to Napoli from Genk in 2012 could be on his way to the Premier League in the summer as there are speculations via Mirror suggesting that Chelsea and Arsenal are tracking the 26-year-old’s situation ahead of the summer transfer window.
Another report also claims that Manchester United could show interest in the defender due to the player’s relationship with United chief scout Roland Janssen.
The three Premier League clubs could see the player’s price tag increase after the summer World Cup should he perform brilliantly for Senegal at the Mundial in Russia.
He has been a key member of Napoli this campaign as they currently occupy the first position in the Serie A standings ahead of Juventus.
Napoli will surely hope to tie him to the club for more seasons by asking for a hefty tag from the player’s suitors in the summer so as to scare them off his service.
Arsenal’s defence has been less impressive throughout this season and Wenger is hoping he finds a solution before next season should he avoid being sacked by the Gunners’ hierarchy.
Mourinho’s team hasn’t looked too superb at the back this season as they have conceded many simple goals. After improving his attacking prowess, José Mourinho is set to improve other departments especially his backline when the transfer period returns in the summer.
While reacting to the speculations linking his client to Premier, Koulibaly’s agent Bruno Satin admits he’s receiving offer from clubs, but the defender remains a Napoli player.
he is valued at £36.00m according to transfermarkt.