Napoli will not accept less than €100m for Kalidou Koulibaly, claim reports, with Liverpool leading the race ahead of Manchester United and Real Madrid.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Partenopei are prepared to consider offers for the Senegal international this summer.
However, their asking price will not go under €100m, which is already lower than the €120m they were demanding last year.
The same report states that Liverpool are the favourites, largely because they would also include Dejan Lovren as part of the package.
Manchester United and Real Madrid are further behind, as they seem to be focusing more on other areas to improve right now, while PSG remain in the background.
Koulibaly will turn 29 in June and is under contract with Napoli until 2023, but there is no release clause in his contract, so any negotiation must be done directly with President Aurelio De Laurentiis.
K2 was snapped up from KRC Genk in 2014 for just €7.75m.