The Malian midfielder’s performances in Beerschot have attracted interest from a host of European clubs.
with a £2m deal last September. The 20-year-old was loaned out to Belgian sideBeerschot
, who are part-owned by Sheffield United owner Prince Abdullah. The player was set to spend three years at the Belgian club, but his performances have already impressed several European clubs. According to
have bid £12.9m for the young midfielder. However, the bid falls short of the Blades’ price tag for the young midfielder. The newly relegated club have previously rejectedAC Milan
’s £10m bid for Coulibaly. The Mali U20 international scored five goals in his 22 league appearances for Beerschot last season as they finished ninth in the Jupiler Pro League.