Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti has played down suggestions that Kalidou Koulibaly wants to leave the Italian giants.
Manchester United are said to hold a strong interest in the centre-back, who was subjected to racist taunts in a recent match against Inter Milan.
A report has claimed that Koulibaly will push for a move to Old Trafford, but Ancelotti believes that the Senegal international is happy to continue to represent the Naples-based outfit.
Ancelotti told reporters: "In England they write that Koulibaly can leave because of the problem of racism, I do not think so.
"Koulibaly is happy in Naples, he's upset like others, but it will not be a trigger for a goodbye. He never showed it, he wants to stay in Naples and in Italy, a country he likes very much."
Napoli remain in a strong position regarding Koulibaly's future, with the player still having four-and-a-half years remaining on his contract.