Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has spoken about Kalidou Koulibaly and Fabian Ruiz possibly leaving the club. The Italian said that an offer of €100 million would make him "consider" a deal, according to Corriere dello Sport.
“If City, United or PSG with €100m showed up, I would think about it and it is probable they would leave, if their will was to do so," the chairman said. "I don't even consider an offer of €60m...”
De Laurentiis is the chairman of both Napoli and Bari, the latter of which play in Italy's third division. He is also a prolific producer for Italian movies.
He also gave his opinion on the spending of other clubs in Italy, and why he believes Napoli haven't won the Serie A title over giants Juventus in recent years.
“I am solid, if I wanted to win the Scudetto at any cost today I would find myself with three, four hundred million debts. I look around and see companies at 500, 600 million, less a billion. I don't owe anyone a sh*t."
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