According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Manchester United have seen their first official bid of €30 million to sign the Senegal and Napoli central defender Kalidou Kaulibaly rejected by the Italian giants, making the 30 year old unhappy with the situation.
The 30 year old has been heavily linked with a move to the Old Trafford since last summer and according to the player's reaction on the rejected bid, it is open that he is desperate for a new challenge and United seems to be his prefered destination.
The former Genk player still has two years left on his contract with the Italian heavyweight where the new coach Luciano Spalleti hopes that the star will change his mid and stay at the club despite interest from United.
However, according to Napoli President Aurello De Laurentiis, the club will be open to let Kaulibaly go if a convincing offer is brought on the table. The player is the second defender United have been linked with after Rafael Varane who is reported to have agreed personal terms with the Red Devils.
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