Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, was handed a big blow within 24 hours of getting the job on a permanent basis, as one of his summer targets, Kalidou Koulibaly looks set to stay at Napoli.







Manager Carlo Ancelotti insists he will not be forced to sell, despite serious interest from Old Trafford and elsewhere, the UK Mirror reports.

Real Madrid is also believed to be keen on the Senegal defender.

Koulibaly is rated highly and Solskjaer is desperate to bring him in, as he looks to rebuild his backline.

“Napoli will not be forced to sell.

“Koulibaly will not leave here,” Ancelotti said.

United may have to now turn their attention elsewhere, with Inter center-back Milan Skriniar and Sampdoria defender Joachim Andersen being monitored by United.