REPORTS: Man United FC make contact over 18 goals striker
By Timasports | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 6 views
Manchester United FC have reportedly upped their efforts to secure a deal for the 21 year-old Lille OSC prolific striker, Victor Osimhen.
After scoring 18 goals during his first campaign at the French Ligue 1 club, the 21 year-old Nigerian centre forward is expected to be sold to a top club in the coming weeks.
There was a report last week that the Italian Serie A outfit, AS Napoli were on the verge of signing the 21-year-old Lille OSC, who had allegedly requested that Lille have considered no bids from other clubs.
However, according to report from CalcioNapoli24 , Manchester United FC have made contact with Victor Osimhen's agent to discuss about the potential change of heart from the player.
Although Ole Gunnar Solskjær's side are presently have many options down the middle of their attack, the Nigerian sensational centre forward, Odion Ighalo is only due to remain at Old Trafford until next year January.
Lille OSC have allegedly made Victor Osimhen available for a sum of around £45million.
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