- Victor Osimhen is one of the most sought-after players in Europe
- The 21-year-old Nigerian international was impressive at the just concluded season in France
- Reports have it that Serie A giants Inter Milan have tabled €80million (about N35billion) to sign the lad
Victor Osimhen is currently on the radar of several European clubs with Italian giants Inter Milan the latest, as reports have it that the Serie A club have made a €80million bid for the striker.
Lille president Gerard Lopez earlier confirmed that there are ongoing negotiations between the French side and Italian giants Napoli over the transfer of Nigerian star.
Osimhen is one of the sought-after strikers in Europe considering his superb performances for Lille since he replaced Ivorian star Nicolas Pepe.
But despite all the clubs who have shown interest to sign the lad, Napoli are closing-in on the player’s signature but now rivals Inter have reportedly made a bid.
Earlier, Premier League giants Liverpool also showed interest in the Super Eagles striker and reports say the Anfield landlords are yet to make an official bid.
Scoring 18 goals in a season with six assists has made Victor Osimhen a target for many clubs with Arsenal and Manchester United also reported to be monitoring him.
It was also gathered that Napoli are said to have put forward a massive sum of €80 million for them to lure him to Italy in a deal which will make him the highest paid Nigerian footballer in history.
Meanwhile, Complete Sports earlier hinted that the Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr wants the youngster to make a move to Napoli claiming that he would enjoy his career at the club.
However, Legit.ng earlier reported that Brown Ideye has ended his spell with top Greek side Aris Thessaloniki after new contract talks failed.
The Super Eagles striker rejoined the Yellow-Blacks after his deal expired on June 30th, 2020.
Reports claim that the 30-year-old has rejected a new offer that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2019-2020 campaign.
The 2013 AFCON winner with Nigeria joined the club last summer after leaving Chinese Super League side Tianjin Teda where he endured a difficult time.
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