English Premier League Club Heavily Linked With Nigerian Striker Victor Osimhen
- Victor Osimhen remains on the radar of English Premier League club Manchester United
- The Red Devils are targeting the summer transfer window before launching an official bid for the striker
- A journalist claims Osimhen’s £105million asking price would not be a problem for the Old Trafford outfit
English Premier League club Manchester United have continued to be heavily linked with Nigerian international striker Victor Osimhen.
Napoli have raised the striker’s transfer fee to about €120 million (£105m) price tag this summer, according to Sky journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.
Since United parted ways with Cristiano Ronaldo last December, the Red Devils have been in the market searching for another striker.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane appeared on the club’s radar, with reports that the England international is a priority for manager Erik ten Hag.
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According to famous journalist Di Marzio, Osimhen’s £105million asking price would not be a problem for United, who are desperately interested in the Nigerian.
He explained as per Soccer News:
“Man United have to pay at least 120 million euros for him [Osimhen], but Premier League clubs have that option, so it could well happen.
“Manchester United certainly want to sign him, but there are other clubs who are planning the same. It is inevitable that his name will soon be mentioned in various boardrooms!”
Real Madrid enter race to sign Osimhen
Meanwhile, the reigning La Liga champions, Real Madrid have also shown interest in signing Nigerian international and in-form striker, Victor Osimhen.
More and more teams are jostling for the signature of the Napoli striker, who remains on the radar of Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Newcastle United.
The 24-year-old has also been linked with Tottenham Hotspur and Bayern Munich, but Napoli are said to be prepared to keep him for a longer time.
Osimhen urged to take penalties for Napoli
Sports Brief earlier reported that former Italian international, Maurizio Domizzi advised Serie A leaders Napoli to allow Victor Osimhen to take penalties going forward.
The Super Eagles striker was yet again on the scoresheet, netting their opening goal in the 2-0 win over Sampdoria at the weekend.
Napoli were gifted two penalties in both halves of the encounter and while Matteo Politano missed his spot kick in the first half, Elif Elmas scored his to seal victory in the second half.