How Osimhen can be successful in Napoli - Mutiu Adepoju
By firstnews | self meida writer
Published 6 months ago - 140 views
Former super eagles player Mutiu Adepoju, has advised super eagles striker Victor Osimhen, following his move to Series A side Napoli. Osimhen became the most expensive African player in history, after joining the Italian side and the Laliga brand ambassedor, reportedly spoke to premium times, offering some advice for the young forward.
While speaking to Premium Times, Adepoju expressed his hapiness with the move and offered some advice. He was reported to have said that: “He should score more goals and show the stuff he is made up of. I’m just happy for him.”
“All I can just tell him is to keep working hard to justify the huge amount Napoli spent to sign him on. It is a good move for him because I see it as a step higher for his career.”
Victor Osimhen joined Napoli after spending a season with French side Lille Metropole, where he contributed 18 goals accross all competitions. The striker will surely hope to improve on where he stoped, for his new club, when Serie A resumes for the 2020/2021 season.
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