Victor Osimhen is set to become African most Expensive player if he is announced Napoli signing today.
Napoli football club are set announced the €81m (36bn) signing of Nigerian international Victor Osimhen after successful medical today, according to the SKY SPORT ITALIAN, with an annual salary of €5million (N2.2 billion)
The 21-Year-old who recently engaged the service of William D'Avila to help with the completion of of his transfer is expected to earn €5m annually.
Osimhen has already met with Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis and manager Gennaro Gattuso and was impressed with the club's project for next season. He also spoke to senegalese Kalidou Koulibaly, who assured him that there was no racism in Naples.
With almost everything sorted, the Nigerian set to become Africa most expensive player. The record currently belongs to Nicolas Pepe who joined Arsenal for €72m from Lille last summer.
Cedric Bakambu is second with €65m from his move to Chinese football club Beijing Guoan from Villarreal in January 2018. Riyad Mahrez was signed by Manchester City from Leicester City for around€60m in the summer of 2018 and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang completes the list when he made a €56m switch from Borussia Dortmund to Arsenal in 2018.
Victor Osimhen has been blessed with so much pace and power, he is a striker that gives defenders nightmares, he got the ability to shoot from range and also the agility for hold up play.
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