Manchester City plans to submit fresh bid for Koulibaly as Callum Wilson makes €22M Newcastle move.

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Manchester City plans to submit fresh bid for Koulibaly as Callum Wilson makes €22M Newcastle move.

Manchester City are set to sign Koulibaly from Napoli as they prepare to launch final bid.

Premier league has been very Interesting in the transfer window, as they record highest transfers since the opening of the window.

Fabrizio Romano gave same Koulibaly-City deal updates that Manchester are preparing a new bid to sign Kalidou Koulibaly.

The two clubs are not directly in talks because of the Jorginho deal (two years ago, deal agreed with Man City then hijacked by Chelsea).

Fabrizio holds that the agent of Koulibaly, Fali Ramadani, is working to find an agreement soon.

Napoli won’t accept less than €75m [add ons included] to sell their centre-back this summer. “Man City, PSG and Manchester United are the clubs that can pay for Koulibaly” According to Romano.

President de Laurentiis some days ago gave green light to clubs that are interested that Koulibaly is up for sale.

Personal terms have been already agreed with Manchester City. But the negotiation between the two clubs is still slow because of their bad relationship.

From English source, Sky sports, we understand that you Callum Wilson have completed a move from Bournemouth to Newcastle.

Bournemouth’s one of best players some days ago hinted out that he deserves some accolades too, the fact he scored double figure goals in one leg is something great.

He called up on some strikers like Westham’s Haller that’s valued around £40M isn’t better than him that’s valued around £400,000.

Bournemouth after suffering relegation have have accepted a £20m offer from Newcastle for Callum Wilson, Aston Villa withdrew their offer this morning as Wilson’s preference was to join Newcastle.

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