The management of Naples has warned the prestigious courtiers of Victor Osimhen. The Italian club, leader of Serie A, intends to claim a nice transfer fee for the sale of the Nigerian striker.
Author of 12 goals in 14 Serie A games, Victor Osimhen is one of the great craftsmen of the 2022-2023 season hitherto grandiose in Naples, on Sunday against Juventus Turin (5-1) and solid leader of the classification with nine lengths ahead of AC Milan. The performances of the Nigerian striker obviously do not leave a few prestigious courtiers indifferent. In the Premier League, several clubs are monitoring the situation of the former Lille centre-forward, namely Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle.
Il Mattino: Arsenal, Newcastle and Manchester #United sent emissaries for Victor #Osimhen. The forward wants to win the scudetto and doesn’t want to talk about his future until June. His current contract: 4.3M until 2025. His price: 140M. pic.twitter.com/inNNTpT0Ys
— GuillaumeMP (@Guillaumemp) January 16, 2023
41 goals in 79 games
According to information from Italy, the three English stables have sent emissaries to observe the performance of the native of Lagos. In anticipation of an offensive during this transfer market? But according to the daily Il Mattinothe 24-year-old striker does not intend to leave the Azzurri during this winter transfer window, a revelation in the trend of the player’s own statements made last December, as reported on our site. Before considering a new challenge in a few months, the former resident of the French championship wants to win the Scudetto under the orders of Luciano Spalletti.
This does not prevent Napoli from sending a message to interested clubs. As part of a future sale, the club based at the Diego Armando Maradona stadium intends to recover a check for 140 million euros, a sum twice as high as the 75 million euros lined up in the summer of 2020 for his arrival from of LOSC. History to satisfy the different parties, even if nothing says that the clubs in the ranks will agree to put so much money on the table. To be continued… Victor Osimhen, 41 goals in 79 games in all competitions with the Italians, still has a contract that ends in June 2025.