Victor Osimhen has long been linked with a move to the Neapolitan side, with reports suggesting the transfer fee was in the region of €81 million (£74m/$93m). This deal would have increased his pay by at least Sevenfold.
Lille director Marc Ingla in a press conference said how sorry they were to let Victor go, not because of the transfer fee involved, but it's an opportunity for him to go onto the bigger stage
Alfredo Paudula, a sport journalist says, that the new agent has not yet closed any deal and is in fact contact with Liverpool and Manchester United.
It is safe to know that the former agent also had links with Liverpool who were sniffing around the Nigerian to secure his signature before he agreed personal terms with Napoli.
Well, this is a second chance for Liverpool.
The real reason for the complexity in the deal is the change of Victor's agent as all negotiations need to be restarted.
Let's hope for the best as we wait to hear more.
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