Chelsea To Sign Victor Osimhen In ‘SHOCK’ Plot (Details)

by Ifeanyichukwu Chris Akashili
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Chelsea are looking into making a move which could see them sign Victor Osimhen from Napoli, MySportDab reports.

The Premier League side are one of those interested in making a move for the Nigerian international in the summer window coming up.

Chelsea will have to deal with competition from other Premier League side including Manchester United who are the strongest suitors for the player.

The Blues are now looking to make their move happen by offering out one of their players in Christian Pulisic as part of a deal to happen.

The move could also see the value of the striker drop with the added player who is also being seen to cost at about £60 million in the transfer market.

Victor Osimhen is currently one of the hottest striker in the market who have been attracting a lot of interests coming from all over Europe.

The 24 year old have been leading Napoli on his shoulders this season with them going clear top on the Serie A table and putting them in a position to win the League.

According to reports reaching us from Calciomercato, the Blues are willing to add Christian Pulisic in the deal which could see them sign Victor Osimhen from Napoli.

Manchester United and Arsenal are also monitoring the situation which they are looking to make their move when the summer window open for business.

Chelsea are working so well on building their team which they hope signing a striker that will play the number 9 role will complete their work.

The Blues have already spent a lot in the January window which is yet to reflect on their result which hasn’t been going well under Graham Potter.

Victor Osimhen could prove to be the missing link they need in making sure the team stay consistent and score a lot of goals in the coming future.

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