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Manchester United and Manchester City joint-favourites to sign Kalidou Koulibaly

| 03.08.2020

The Napoli defender could be on his way to the Premier League

Manchester United and Manchester City are joint-favourites to sign Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly with Coral.

The rivals are believed to be in the market for a new centre-back and they’re both priced at 5/2 to land the Senegal international.

City are close to signing Nathan Ake from Bournemouth but manager Pep Guardiola is rumoured to be after two new additions at the back.

“Koulibaly is one of the hottest properties on the market for clubs looking to sign a centre-back and we predict a Manchester tug of war over him,” said Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead.

Meanwhile, United and Arsenal are leading the race for Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish.

The playmaker is expected to leave his boyhood club despite helping them stay in the Premier League and both clubs are 5/2 to sign him.

Elsewhere, Real Madrid are the 6/1 favourites to sign Paul Pogba, while the La Liga champions are also joint-leaders with United to land Harry Kane at 6/1.

To sign Kalidou Koulibaly in this transfer window

Manchester United 5/2, Manchester City 5/2, Liverpool 9/2, Paris Saint-Germain 15/2, Chelsea 14/1, Bayern Munich 18/1

To sign Jack Grealish in this transfer window

Arsenal 5/2, Manchester United 5/2, Liverpool 4/1, Tottenham 10/1, Leicester 18/1

To sign Paul Pogba in this transfer window

Real Madrid 6/1, Juventus 8/1, Paris Saint-Germain 12/1, Inter Milan 18/1, Manchester City 20/1

To sign Harry Kane in this transfer window

Real Madrid 6/1, Manchester United 6/1, Manchester City 8/1, Bayern Munich 18/1, Liverpool 18/1

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication



Harry Howes

Having previously worked on national newspapers, Harry is an experienced writer who is obsessed with all things football and Wilfried Zaha, even naming his cat after the future Ballon d’Or winner.