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Premier League Club Ready to Make €90 Million Splash for Victor Osimhen

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Arsenal is reportedly prepared to bid 90 million euros for Napoli star, Victor Osimhen, according to the Italian newspaper Il Mattino.

The Nigerian international is said to be looking for a change from life in Southern Italy and is keen to move on from Stadio Maradona.

Despite recently signing a contract extension with the reigning Italian champions that extends his stay until the summer of 2026, the 25-year-old’s new contract includes a huge release clause for more than €100 million.

However, Napoli’s president, Aurelio de Laurentiis, might accept a significantly lower amount as Osimhen has reportedly decided to leave the club.

Intermediaries are working with Osimhen’s agent, Roberto Calenda, to find a new club for the former Lille forward, as reported by the newspaper.

Osimhen has scored a total of 72 goals in 125 appearances for Il Partenopei since joining in 2020.

In addition to Arsenal, Chelsea and PSG are also showing interest in the Nigerian. Arsenal is specifically in the market for a forward in the upcoming summer transfer window, a sentiment previously expressed by the club’s manager, Mikel Arteta.

The club has also been linked with Viktor Gyökeres of Sporting CP and Ivan Toney of Brentford, both of whom are rumored to be leaving their current clubs.

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