- Victor Osimhen played for two seasons at Belgian side Sporting Charleroi scoring 20 goals
- The player’s former manager at the club Mario Notaro has stated that the Nigerian possesses an incredible quality
- According to him, Osimhen is truly extraordinary and will do well for Italian side Napoli
The former coach at Belgian side Sporting Charleroi, Mario Notaro, has stated that he is confident that Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen, will become a top player in the world.
Notaro who managed Osimhen at Charleroi in 2019, in a chat with Radio Kiss Kiss via Complete Sports, disclosed that the Nigerian youngster has an incredible quality beyond his age.
Osimhen netted 20 goals in 36 appearances in all competitions for the club before sealing a move to French Ligue 1 side Lille.
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“I must say that you could already see he was very strong, Napoli has taken on a striker who will assert himself a lot.
“I am convinced that he will become a top player in the world. He is truly extraordinary and has incredible quality, it is no coincidence that he is showing what he is capable of doing.”
Osimhen grabbed his eighth goal of the season following Napoli’s 1-1 draw with Cagliari in the Serie A on Sunday, May 2 at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona.
The former Lille of France striker who struggled at the start of the season is beginning to make an impact for his side after he was handed his 12th start in the Italian topflight.
He seized the opportunity to get a goal before he was forced out of the tie after he was injured in the second half.
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He is expected to be examined to determine the state of his injury and it is uncertain if he will feature when the Parthenopeans take on Spezia in their next league game on May 8.
His profile is currently on the rise as he is gradually returning to goalscoring form for Napoli since he returned from injury.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Paul Onuachu scored his 30th league goal of the season in Genk's narrow 3-2 win over Royal Antwerp in the Jupiler League Championship group.
The four top teams in the Belgian topflight league play against each other and whoever tops the group will be declared winner of the Belgian league.
The Super Eagles forward has never seemed to be slowing down as he helped his club grind out a win in the five-goal thriller.