Victor Osimhen will only join Tottenham if club sells Kane this summer

Victor Osimhen will only join Tottenham if club sells Kane this summer

- Victor Osimhen’s agent Ariyo Igbayilola has spoken out on Tottenham's interest on his players

- Osimhen has been a major target for top clubs in Europe especially Tottenham after scoring 18 goals across all competitions in his first season in France

- But now his agent has said that Osimhen will not move to Tottenham Hotspur unless the club sells Harry Kane

Lille and Super Eagles striker Victor Osimhen will not move to Tottenham Hotspur unless the club sells Harry Kane, this is according to the player’s agent Ariyo Igbayilola.

Osimhen has been a major target for top clubs in Europe after scoring 18 goals across all competitions in his first season in France.

It is believed that the 21-year-old is being eyed by Jose Mourinho as the Portuguese manager plots to bring him to the Premier League.

But now the player’s agent has claimed he already told Mourinho that Osimhen will not join the North London club while Kane remains there.

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Ariyo Igbayilola, in an interview with The Cable and cited on The Sun, said: “We told Mourinho that if he wants Victor, will Harry Kane be leaving?

“If Kane is still playing for Tottenham will Victor play? Because he will always be benched for him.

“Kane is their number one striker and he is the captain of England. All of these will always work for him in the club but at Victor’s detriment.

“He needs a club where he will always play full game week in, week out. Not to be kept on the bench.”

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Earlier, Legit.ng reported that former Bolivia youth international Deibert Frans Roman Guzman has become the first footballer to die from coronavirus complications.

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Bolivian football is mourning not only Guzman’s death but also the demise of his father and uncle who died of COVID-19.

Guzman, who played for Bolivian second division outfit University of Trinidad, lost his battle after several weeks in hospital.

His death comes after he lost his father Belizario Roman, the former president of University of Trinidad, and his uncle Luis Carmelo Roman, manager of Deportivo Perejique, to the virus.

It was gathered that the footballing trio were all from Beni, one of the states in Bolivia largely hit by coronavirus pandemic.

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