Manchester United made contact to steal £54m talented forward.
By Marayanatha | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1576 views
According to the latest report, Manchester United have made contact French club, and are very close to steal Victor Osimehen who is heavily linked with a move to the Italian giants, Napoli.
The media revealed that the Super Eagles striker hired a new agent, because he wants to secure a move to the premier league, which his old agent failed to do.
Recently according to reports, Manchester United have made contact with the agent to inquire whether the Nigerian international has signed for Napoli or not. Napoli as we all know is pushing tirelessly to make the move, but the player is more interested in the premier league. As its stands now, Manchester United have the finance to secure his service.
Osimehen started 33 games in all competitions, which he has scored 18 goals and provided 4 assist for Lille this season, with the Italian club imposing £54m for his signature.
We all know that Anthony Martial is in his top form, but Manchester United needs another striker to bolster Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's squad ahead of next season and also the Nigerian will serve as a replacement for Romero Lukaku.
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