Chelsea Ready To BREAK RECORD For Victor Osimhen Move [Full Details]

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Chelsea are looking set to break record to allow them make a move for Victor Osimhen in 2024, MySportDab reports.

The Premier League side are amongst top club eyeing a move for the Napoli striker who is expected to cost a fortune in the market.

Chelsea move for Victor Osimhen is still the one making headlines and could happen with all indication pointing at a possible agreement.

The Blues number nine situation remain a major concern despite the number of players who could be deployed to play the position.

Nicolas Jackson have showed some sign of slack with his finishing as things continue to go bad for the Blues despite them dominating games.

There are still major concern which have put more pressure on Mauricio Pochettino who continue to tell the fans to have more patient.

Meanwhile a move for Victor Osimhen is seen as the only option to resolve the problem being faced at Chelsea which have cost many managers their job.

It won’t be an easy move to see happen as Napoli are holding back on everything to ensure they get as much as possible for their striker.

According to reports reaching us from Transfer News Live, they claimed Chelsea are ready to break the bank and come to an agreement on Napoli request for Victor Osimhen.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Chelsea are prepared to pay whatever it takes to sign Victor Osimhen from Napoli in January.

The striker have openly confess his admiration for the English Premier League watching Drogba during his active days for the Blues.

He also confirmed love for the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea during an interview session which took place some time ago.

Victor Osimhen Move to Chelsea is one that is still making headlines and there are no confirmations concerning agreement or talk of any sorts.

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