Chelsea won’t stand in the way of Kalidou Koulibaly if they receive a suitable offer for his services, according to Dean Jones.
The Senegal international joined the Blues from Napoli for £34 million, and his arrival was greeted by the club’s supporters.
However, the centre-back struggled to adapt to the intensity of the Premier League. He was a regular on the bench towards the end of the season.
It is now reported that the Blues are open to parting ways with the former Napoli star, provided they receive a reasonable bid.Chelsea are unlikely to cut their losses on the 31-year-old, but they will be hoping to receive at least £20 million for his sale.
Napoli are apparently open to re-signing their former player, but they could only propose a loan deal due to his high weekly wages.
AC Milan and Juventus are also his admirers, but the Serie A duo are also expected to approach with temporary offers for him.