Manchester United has reportedly opened to talk to sign Nigerian striker Osimhen from Lille.
According to reports, Napoli were set to sign the striker who scored 18 goals this season for the French outfit. However, Manchester United launched a dying minute bid to sign Victor Osimhen.
Victor Osimhen, 21 enjoyed a debut season at Lille were he scored 13 league goals for Lille. Only 5 goal difference between him and top scorers Kylan Mbappe of PSG and Wissam Ben Yedder of Monaco who scored 18 goals each in the French Ligue which was called off due to the Corona Virus outbreak.
The goals from from the Nigerian striker helped Lille to a fourth place finish in the French Ligue 1. Victor Osimhen has enjoyed a fruitful season and has been a major transfer target around Europe and Lille has already reportedly admitted that they are set to lose Osimhen to another club.
Time will tell whether the Nigerian will complete his deal to Napoli or he would switch over to Old Trafford.
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