- Super Eagles and Napoli striker Victor Osimhen could be making a move to the Premier League in the summer
- This is according to Nigerian song writer Peter Okoye who disclosed that he has convinced Osimhen to move to Chelsea
- Chelsea are not the only side interested in Osimhen as the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal also want him
Famous Nigerian musician Peter Okoye of P-Square music group has explained that he has been able to convince Super Eagles striker Victor Osimhen to move to Chelsea this summer.
Osimhen has been in fantastic form this season for Napoli in all competitions, and he is being monitored by many clubs in the Premier League and France.
After playing for the Super Eagles in the double header against Guinea-Bissau in the African Cup of Nations qualifiers, Osimhen headed to Lagos to see his family members and friends.
The footballer then visited his mansion in Okoye where the two stars had a nice time together with the Napoli man also presenting his jersey to the son of the music icon.
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Okoye shared a video on his official Instagram page, where he was seen sitting down and having a good time with Osimhen.
Okoye wants Osimhen at Chelsea
In the comment session, a fan asked Okoye if he was able to speak to Osimhen on speculation about him moving to the Premier League, and the singer said he has convinced him to join Chelsea.
Peter Okoye's statement
''I was able to convince Osimhen to come to Chelsea.''
Meanwhile, Chelsea are expected to make their bid for Osimhen at the end of the ongoing League season.
Aubameyang wants Barcelona return
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is reportedly tired of sitting on the bench at Premier League side Chelsea and wants to lower his salary so as for him to make a return to La Liga giants Barcelona.
Last summer, Chelsea paid Barcelona the sum of £10 million for the signature of Aubameyang with the hopes that the Gabonese striker would help them score goals.
But since the arrival of the former Arsenal captain at Stamford Bridge, he has been struggling and has even managed to net three goals in 18 appearances this term in all competitions.