- Victor Osimhen has attracted interest from clubs including Manchester United
- Reports suggest Spanish giants Real Madrid are also keen to sign the Nigerian
- Owing to his current form, Napoli could sell their striker for a very high figure
The reigning La Liga champions, Real Madrid have reportedly 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.
Spanish giants, Real Madrid have now reportedly joined the growing list of top teams pursuing the forward, as his excellent performances in the Serie A continue to attract attention from top European clubs, SPORTbible reports.
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Osimhen has already scored 14 goals and made four assists across 19 appearances this season.
Italian journalist, Ciro Vanerato said:
“If Osimhen’s representatives or the footballer show the desire to have new experiences elsewhere, Napoli could sell him for very high figures of €120m or €140m."
Vaneratio also noted the many top clubs keen on Osimhen's signature:
“First and foremost Real Madrid, because Carlo Ancelotti dotes on him, then Manchester United, Tottenham (if Harry Kane leaves), and Chelsea.”
Man United are reportedly looking to improve their attacking department with the signing of the Nigerian striker.
Meanwhile, there are strong indications that Napoli may increase the net pay of the Nigerian, in order to ward off teams from snapping Osimhen up.
Osimhen sends message amid rumours
Sports Brief earlier reported that English Premier League club, Man United continue the chase for Nigerian international, Osimhen ahead of the summer transfer window.
The 24-year-old has been in blistering form for Napoli this season, scoring 12 goals and making three assists in the Serie A so far.
It is believed the former Lille of France striker has told his agents to postpone further talks about his future until the end of the season.
Source: Sports Brief News