Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Victor Osimhen CONFIRMS Decision On Napoli Future Next Season!

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Nigerian striker and Napoli prolific forward Victor Osimhen has confirmed his decision on his Napoli future next season, MySportDab reports.

The footie ace has been linked with a move away from Napoli this summer with a numbers of clubs on the queue to sign the player.

Bayern Munich has been linked to Victor Osimhen, including Manchester United but it appears the Nigerian striker is ready for another challenge with Napoli next season.

Speaking to Soccernet, Victor Osimhen confirmed his decision to stay at Napoli next season.

He said, “I am very happy to have come this club. This is the best place for me and I am ready to confirm next year.”

Victor Osimhen’s latest position on his Napoli transfer exit has ended rumors which linked the striker to a summer exit from Napoli.

Osimhen starred as Napoli ended their 33 years wait for the Serie A title last season.

He won the Golden Boot Award having nudged in 26 goals for Napoli to ease the club’s sail to title triumph.

Victor Osimhen also became the first African player in Serie A to cross the 46-goal tally set by Liberian President and former footballer, George Weah.

He also became the highest scoring African player in Serie A in a single season surpassing the record held by Samuel Eto’o of Cameroon.

Osimhen has been in the form of his life this year banging in goals for both club and country making him a prime target for top European clubs.

He was recently spotted in Germany with his family in Berlin sparking rumors he may be closing in on a move to Bayern Munich but his latest decision has watered such rumors.

The Nigerian striker will hope to return to his prolific form next season as continues with his contract at Napoli.

Victor Osimhen has two years remaining in his contract and Napoli are not ready to part ways with the striker this summer

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