Napoli defender Koulibaly has agreed on personal terms with Manchester City ahead of his £70 million move to the Etihad, MySportDab reports.
Pep Guardiola is set to welcome another defender to his squad after personal terms have been agreed.
Koulibaly has been linked with moves to so many clubs all around Europe such as Man United alongside Liverpool.
Manchester City looks likely to get the highly rated Napoli defender who will join for a £70 million transfer fee.
Kalidou Koulibaly has now agreed to personal terms with Manchester City, according to reports from France Football.
The defender has been linked with the likes of Manchester United which was first regarded as his destination.
Paris Saint-Germain in recent years also approach the defender as well, although Napoli have dismissed all offers.
City is now on the front race to land the physically strong Senegalese player who has been impressive.
Koulibaly isn’t desperate to leave his current club as he feels he is in the right place and is ready to stay long.
The defender remains happy in Napoli even if he could double his salary by completing a move to Manchester City.
On the other hand, the Italian club is yet to accept the Citizens fee which was rumored to be £60 million.