Robert Calenda who is the agent of Super Eagles and Napoli striker Victor Osimhen has rubbished the reports linking the Nigerian star to Manchester United as swap deal for Cristiano Ronaldo.
There have been talks on the future of Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United this summer with many fans believing that the Portuguese is not interested in playing Europa League.
Although the five-time Ballon d'Or winner has started the season with Manchester United in the Premier League, but his future is not yet decided.
And on Friday afternoon, 26 August, there were reports that Manchester United were planning to offer Cristiano Ronaldo to Napoli plus cash for them to have Victor Osimhen.
The reports have been making waves with many Nigerians claiming that Osimhen will make an impact at Manchester United.
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Robert Calenda's reaction about Osimhen
“No ongoing negotiations, no swap deals.
“Osimhen is a Napoli player and wants to play in the Champions League with his Napoli side after conquering it on the pitch with pride along with his teammates and the coach.”
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The Nigerian international played against compatriot Chidozie Awaziem who featured for his Hajduk Split side in the playoff second-leg tie.
Both Super Eagles stars played 90 minutes of the encounter, but Chukwueze’s Villarreal claimed all precious points.
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Chukwueze created two chances, made two key passes, completed four dribbles and scored the second goal for the Yellow Submarines.
Awaziem, on the other hand, will no longer feature in European football this season after Hajduk had conceded four goals in their first leg clash.
The Spanish outfit defeated Hajduk 4-2 in the first leg and was the clear favourite to go through, with Alfonso Pedraza opening the scoring in the first half of the second leg.