O Napoli lives one of the best seasons in its history. In addition to being at the forefront of the Italian Championshipwith an advantage of almost 20 points for Lazio, in second place, the team from Naples still conquered, for the first time, the qualification to the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
🧐 You must be thinking how did we get here?
💙 #Go Napoli forever pic.twitter.com/RwxT4UBlnZ
— SSC Napoli Official (@sscnapoli_br) March 21, 2023
And one of the highlights of this team is the Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen, who, this season alone, scored 25 goals, of which 21 were scored in 23 Italian Serie A games, which qualifies him as the top scorer of the competition, with 7 more goals that second place Lautaro Martínez, from International.
As a result, Osimhen has drawn the attention of other major clubs in Europe, including Chelsea e Manchester United have stood out as the most interested. However, according to the British newspaper Daily MailNapoli should not release the striker so easily and demand an offer of no less than R$ 847 million to sell the player who has a contract until June 2025 with the Italians.
It is worth mentioning that, according to the publication, Osimhen would be interested in transferring to United, which has as a priority the acquisition of a striker to reinforce its cast.
✈️ You can already include the @victorosimhen9 on the list of those who fly?
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— SSC Napoli Official (@sscnapoli_br) March 20, 2023
At the age of 24, Victor Osimhen arrived at Napoli in 2020, after being bought from Lille, France, for R$ 425 million, being the most expensive signing in the club’s history. Since then, Osimhen has played 91 games for the current Italian Serie A leader, with 53 goals scored and 14 assists.
The young Nigerian has not yet won titles with Napoli, but the tendency is for that to change this season, given the team’s outstanding performance in the Italian Championship.
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