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Fernando Llorente to leave Napoli this summer following Victor Oshimen's imminent arrival.

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By Chrisoliver_1 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views

35 year old Spanish striker Fernando Llorente will leave SSC Napoli at the end of the 2019/2020 season, following the imminent €81m arrival of Nigerian forward victor Osihmen from French club Lille.


Llorente joined Napoli on a free transfer during the 2018/2019 season after been released by English side Tottenham Hotspur.

Llorente has 24 appearances this season for Napoli scoring 4 goals.

Media reports in Italy suggests that the signing of Victor Osihmen has stalled , due to Osihmen change of agent , as negotiations would start afresh.

The Nigerian striker who has been in the news lately, had a disagreement with his old agents (Jean-Gerard Benoit Czajka and Didier Frenay) and has now entrusted himself to a new agent under the direction of Lille president Gerard Lopez.

According to sources in Italy the agent had put personal interest before anything else in dealings with Napoli.

 This has been the major reason behind the stalled deal between Victor Osimhen and Napoli.


His new agent, William D’avilla is an experienced agent who currently manages Emmanuel Dennis (Club Brugge), Moses Simon (Nantes), Samuel Kalu (Bordeaux) among others.

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