Victor Osimhen (24) is expected to leave Napoli. Which team will he play.
The British media Daily Mail reported on the 26th (Korea time), “Napoli said Osimhen will leave this summer,” adding, “His destinations are Arsenal, Chelsea, Real Madrid, and Paris Saint-Germain.”
“Even though we signed a new contract last month, the Osimhen contract included a release clause of 112 million pounds (about 190.3 billion won),” he added.
Napoli President Aurelio de Laurentis said, “I already knew it since last summer. Our negotiations went well. Otherwise, it would not have lasted long.”
“I know I’m going to go to Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, or England’s best club,” he said.
Osimhen is also thinking that he should take the next step toward his soccer life. In an interview with CBS, he said, “I know about my rumors that I have associated with the Premier League. When I become the hottest striker in the world, I expect those things. The Premier League is the biggest league in the world.”
It also said, “I already have a plan. I know what the next step I want to go is.”
Osimhen moved his team to 70 million euros when he joined Napoli in the 2020-21 season. This is how high expectations Napoli had for him. He is a versatile player with excellent physical conditions, athletic ability, a calm finish in the box, no-ball movement and defensive activity.
It was the best year since its debut last season. He scored 31 goals and five assists in a total of 39 games, leading Napoli to win the Serie A title for the first time in 33 years along with Kim Min-jae. He has eight goals and three assists in a total of 18 games this season.
Since last summer, he has drawn attention from various clubs. Chelsea and Arsenal showed their commitment to recruit him again in the January transfer window. However, he is expected to switch teams in the summer transfer window instead of January. 꽁머니환전
Several clubs are mentioned, but chances are high that they will move to the Premier League. This is because it was mentioned as a “dream stage.” Several clubs are expected to continue to compete for Osimhen in this summer’s transfer market.