- Victor Osimhen was caught on camera with an expensive gold chain with photo a of his late mum and dad
- The Napoli striker gradually getting back to his stride scoring two goals in his last two matches for the Serie A club
- The 22-year-old has scored seven goals for Gennaro Gattuso's side this season as they aim to play Champions League football next season
Victor Osimhen's profile is currently on the rise as he is gradually returning to goalscoring form for Napoli since he returned from injury.
The 22-year-old was recently spotted in a photo on his Twitter handle with an expensive ice-gold chain wrapped around his neck.
The Nigerian international still showed the love he has for his late parents as used a photo of them as pendants dangling at the end of the chain.
His grass to grace story is something Osimhen still appreciates and have inspired many at large with what has become of him in his footballing career.
Osimhen scored in back-to-back games against Lazio and Torino as Napoli leapfrogged Juventus to third on the Serie A table.
The former Lille striker has scored seven league goals this season since making his €70million move from Ligue 1 last season.
Though the Super Eagles striker has been hit with several injury problems in the past including testing positive to the deadly coronavirus.
However, Osimhen seems to have hit top form since his comeback, helping Nigeria secure a spot at AFCON 2021 with a goal in the last group game against Lesotho.
With five game left to play in Serie A, things are looking like the Nigerian striker will play in next season's Champions League competition.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a 2014 photo of Super Eagles star Victor Osimhen is already making the rounds on social media depicting how he moved from ‘grass to grace’.
The Napoli sensation was recently ranked the 98th most expensive player in the world according to the latest KPMG report published on the market value of 150 football stars.
The 22-year-old currently holds the status of Africa's most expensive player after his move from Lille to Napoli last summer.