Bayern Munich might be completing another signing soon as they have submitted an official £45 million bid for Koulibaly, MySportDab reports.
The Senegalese have been linked with a move to clubs like Manchester City which a bid was once rejected by Napoli.
It looks like Bayern Munich might be completing a move for Koulibaly if their bid is being accepted by Napoli.
Bayern have submitted a €45 million (£39m/$54m) offer for Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly, according to reports from Tuttomercatoweb.
The German giants opening bid has come in far lower than the Italian club’s valuation of the Senegalese star, but the may be forced to accept in the current financial climate.
Bayern have already reached an agreement to bring in Dayot Upamecano from RB Leipzig in the summer.
They look set to bolster their defensive ranks even further with the signing of Koulibaly.
A deal looks possible due to the age of the player who is close to 30 and his price will drastically reduce.
Bayern Munich is also set to lose two defenders in Jerome Boateng who already signed for Chelsea and David Alaba.
They are currently shopping for replacement already and are in need of another defender to cover up the space.