Manchester City are set to conclude Kolidou Koulibaly move this summer as they try to bring in a world class center back who could replace their former captain Vincent Kompany.
The 29 years old has been in Manchester United's wish list for a long time, but now according to reports, it is Manchester City who will secure the signature of the Napoli star. Last week reports claimed that Manchester City were ready to cough £63 Million for the signature of Kolidou Koulibaly.
Manchester City landed Nathan Ake from the relegated side Bournemouth, but Pep Guardiola is willing to continue adding more defensive options to his back line with the addition of Koulibaly.
Chelsea chief Marina Granovskaia was in regular contact with Kolidou Koulibaly representative but reports claim that the Senegal International has decided to join Pep Guardiola's side Manchester City.
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