Victor Osimhen, Super Eagles and Lille forward, confirms death of his father

Victor Osimhen, Super Eagles and Lille forward, confirms death of his father

- Victor Osimhen has confirmed the death of his lovely father

- The Super Eagles star took to his social media account to confirm

- Osimhen has been brilliant for his club Lille this season in all competitions

Nigeria international Victor Osimhen has taken to his official social media platform to confirm the death of his father saying he has no word to describe how he feels.

Victor's father played an important role in his football career as he helped him on his way to the zenith of his career.

The Super Eagles man has been impressive for French side Lille since he joined them as replacement for Nicolas Pepe who has moved to Arsenal.

Fans thought Victor Osimhen would not be able to prove himself when Lille bought him, but he has been a blessing to them ever since he teamed up.

His performances has also made many clubs in Europe showing interest for Victor Osimhen with Manchester United and Chelsea said to be among these sides.

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Chelsea want to sign Victor Osimhen so as for him to give Tammy Abraham a good competition at Stamford Bridge, while the Red Devils want someone to compete with Marcus Rashford.

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However, Lille have not made any decision on whether they would allow Victor Osimhen to leave France this summer or not.

Earlier, had reported how Gernot Rohr who is the gaffer of the Super Eagles finally agreed the terms and conditions the Nigeria Football Federation gave him to continue his position as the manager.

Recently, the Nigeria Football Federation directed the general secretary to hold talks with Gernot Rohr over the conditions and terms they set for him before signing new contract.

The German manager was also told that he must be going around centers in Nigeria to be watching Nigeria Professional Football League games where he can see players.

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Part of the deal is that Gernot Rohr will be living in Nigeria and will also be collecting the country's currency as medium for his payment.

And after going through all this, Gernot Rohr however told Radio France reporter that he has accepted the terms and conditions of the Nigeria Football Federation.

Rohr who is now expected to sign the new deal this coming week explained that he has unfinished business with the Super Eagles and wants to continue.

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