Nigerian Striker close to becoming most expensive African player ever
By Vriter | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
New reports coming from a reliable source has it that Super Eagles Striker, Victor Osimhen is close to move that will see him become the most expensive African transfer in history.
This is confirmed by a Nigerian and UEFA accredited Journalist who is based in Germany, Oma Akatugba. According to Akatugba, Osimhen is in negotiations with Italian Giants, SSC Napoli for a transfer deal worth 81 million Euros. Osimhen reportedly did a medical in Naples on Saturday.
Victor Osimhen, scored 18 goals for his soon-to-be former club this season. His spectacular performances at Lille caught the attention of clubs in Europe who want a sharp, fast striker on their team. Osimhen's fairytale journey in the last 2 seasons has been nothing short of exceptional. Just a couple of years ago, Osimhen had difficulties and went on trial with a couple of clubs before making a move to Sporting Charleroi, which turned his career around.
After a fantastic season in Belgium, Osimhen signed with Lille last summer for a transfer fee of 7 million Euros. Now, the Nigerian Striker is set to become the most expensive African player ever.
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