Nigerian and Napoli striker Victor Osimhen is a transfer target for Manchester United this summer transfer window. The striker is currently the Serie A top scorer this season and has been in sensational form since after the world cup.
The striker is currently on an eight-game scoring streak in the league and has scored 19 goals in 20 league appearances and he is on course to lift the Serie A trophy with Napoli this season.
The striker was asked by Corriere della Sera whether would like to play in England one day, Victor Osimhen replied, and said "I think it is an ambition of all players. And who knows, maybe one day. Right now, I can assure you that it hasn't even crossed my mind. It would distract me from what has been a beautiful season. Only Napoli. That's all".
The 24-year-old striker will be a great addition to Manchester United's frontline but his signature will come at a hefty price as the Serie A leaders are not ready to let him go off at a cheap price.
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