Napoli’s Victor Osimhen could leave the Serie A outfit this summer if a suitor manages to meet the transfer demands of the club’s chairman, Aurelio De Laurentiis.
Premier league side, Arsenal, Manchester United, and Newcastle United are all currently monitoring the Nigerian marksman, with De Laurentiis valuing the asset at around €100million ahead of what is considered a busy transfer period for the forward.
Newcastle United offered €100million for the former Charleroi and Lille striker in the last winter transfer window. But Napoli were unwilling to sell him back then, Napoli refused the proposal.
Manchester United have been keeping tabs on Osimhen for a long time, but will have to offload some of their strikers if they are to accumulate the funds for the FIFA U-17 World Cup winner.
The striker joined Napoli in 2020 from Lille for an initial transfer fee of €70million, making him the most expensive African transfer till date.
Arsenal are also keeping close tab on the Napoli player of the month for the month of March. Reports has it that he will only consider joining Arsenal should the London-based club qualify for the next season’s Champions League.