- German club Bayern Munich are interested in signing impressive Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen next summer
- The Bundesliga club have reportedly tabled a staggering €100million for the Napoli striker who has scored 11 goals this season
- Real Madrid and Barcelona have also shown interest in the 22-year-old who is among Europe's top leading scorers this season
Bayern's mouthwatering bid for Osimhen
Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich are the latest among the top clubs battling to sign the Nigerian international.
According to reports from Spanish news media outlet AS, the German champions could offer €100million for the Super Eagles forward.
The 22-year-old could be a long term replacement for Poland striker Robert Lewandowski who could be sold at the end of next summer.
Real Madrid, Barcelona also in contention for Osimhen's signature
La Liga giants Real Madrid are also believed to be interested in landing the former Lille star at the Santiago Bernabeu who could be a replacement for French star Karim Benzema.
Barcelona are also reportedly in the race for the red hot striker who was voted Serie A's best performer in the month of September.
Osimhen's impressive form for Napoli so far this season
Osimhen was unlucky not to have added to his tally of goals in Napoli's 0-0 draw with Roma as hit the post on two occasions in the match.
The Nigerian forward has scored 11 goals in all competition with six of them coming in the Europa League this season.
Osimhen became Africa's most expensive player when he joined Napoli from French side Lille in the summer of 2020.
Osihmen's record-equaling feat at Napoli
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Victor Osimhen who is African's most expensive player has landed another remarkable achievement at Napoli by becoming the second player to score in three straight games.
The Nigerian striker has however equalled the record set by Dries Mertens at Napoli as he was the first player at the club to net in three straight games in European competition in the 21st century.
Victor Osimhen landed this achievement when the Nigerian scored for Napoli on Thursday night, October 21, in their Europa League 3-0 win over Legia Warsaw.