Napoli Forward Victor Osimhen has been linked with a move to English Premier League during the next summer transfer window. The In-form Number 9 has been ruthless in front of goals for Napoli this season as the Italian club sits comfortably at the top of the Italian Serie A table with a real hope to clinch their first ever League title in 33 years.
Victor Osimhen's admission that he wants to play in the English Premier league in his career, according to Oh My Goal, has further fuel the speculation about him joining a Premier League giant at the end of this season.
While Victor Osimhen will definitely be a good addition to any club that gets him, it is just 2 Premier League clubs that really need the service of the Nigerian Forward next season.
Manchester City has Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez. There's nothing else that the Citizens want with Victor Osimhen in the summer. Liverpool has Darwin Nunez, Cody Gakpo and Mohamed Salah. Arsenal has Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Jesus while Tottenham Hotspurs have Harry Kane and Richarlison.
While Tottenham Hotspurs, Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool boast of numerous Number 9 in their team, Chelsea and Manchester United do not.
Both Chelsea and Manchester United doesn't have an elite number 9 in their squad. Manchester United has Wout Weghorst but, it's Marcus Rashford's goals that has been making impact. Chelsea has David Datro, Kai Havertz, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Armando Broja but, the West London club is still struggling.
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