Napoli have reportedly dropped their asking price for centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly to €45m (£39m).
The Senegal international is widely viewed as one of the best defenders in world football and has been consistently linked with a move away from Naples over the last couple of years.
Napoli are believed to have valued the 29-year-old in the region of £100m before the coronavirus outbreak, but the ongoing pandemic has allegedly forced the Italian side to significantly cut their asking price.
According to Il Mattino, the Serie A outfit need to make cuts and are now open to offloading the centre-back for a fee in the region of €45m (£39m) due to his high salary.
However, Manchester United have also been strongly linked with the former Metz youngster, and Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is said to be targeting a new defender during this summer's transfer window to play alongside captain Harry Maguire on a long-term basis.