Napoli have rejected €90m offers for Kalidou Koulibaly from both Real Madrid and Manchester United, claims the Corriere dello Sport.
President Aurelio De Laurentiis has said many times that he turned down proposals close to €100m for the centre-back, which were believed to be from Manchester United.
Now the Corriere dello Sport newspaper suggests Real Madrid have also made a huge bid for the Senegal international, but were greeted by the same response.
Koulibaly’s contract has a release clause worth €150m, but it will only become active from the summer of 2020.
If Real Madrid are attempting to sign Koulibaly, that would support growing reports they have put Sergio Ramos on the market.