‘Me at Juventus? Are you crazy?!’ Kalidou Koulibaly says as he names three clubs where he might join


‘Me at Juventus? Are you crazy?!’ Kalidou Koulibaly says as he names three clubs where he might join

The Senegal National Captain Kalidou Koulibaly has made his mark in the Italian team Napoli since his joining in 2014 from Genk. There were many rumours since the summer that Koulibaly is ready to make his move from Napoli but nothing as such happened.

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Italian journalist Valter De Maggio had an interview with Koulibaly via Sport witness “If I decided to leave Napoli, I would only do it for two, maximum three clubs in the world. I’m talking about [Pep] Guardiola’s Manchester City, Real Madrid, Barcelona at the most.”

The Naples defender has showed his true loyalty to the club as he says that he would never join an Italian club especially Juventus who is one of the top clubs in Serie A.

‘Me at Juventus? Are you crazy?! I would never go and play for another Italian club,’ Koulibaly added saying, ‘I would never go to Juventus: I could not betray the Napoli fans’

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Will Kalidou Koulibaly make his move from Napoli to some top clubs in the European football?

Kalidou Koulibaly

Kalidou Koulibaly has been strongly linked with Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea since the summer. Recently Newcastle United has also shown interest in the defender.

Meanwhile Napoli has been currently dominating in the Serie A as they showcase their skillset and continue to maintain their electric form. They are currently at the top of the table with 9 wins and 1 draw just above AC Milan who has almost similar stats as them.

Napoli will definitely be looking forward to finishing in a better place than last season as they struggled to come up with an impactful performance for the last few seasons. But we will now have wait and see if Kalidou Koulibaly makes his move from Napoli to some top European club this January window or not.

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