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February 22, 2023

Fabrizio Romano, an Italian journalist, informed GIVEMESPORT that Napoli will decide Victor Osimhen’s future after the season. Romano addressed GIVEMESPORT.

An Italian journalist by the name of Fabrizio Romano told GIVEMESPORT that Napoli will make a decision on the future of Manchester United target Victor Osimhen at the conclusion of the current season. Romano was speaking with GIVEMESPORT.

Osimhen is a well-known striker who has been connected with a move to Old Trafford in the upcoming summer. According to Romano, it will be challenging for the Premier League team to arrange a trade for Osimhen because of the club’s level of competition.

According to ESPN, United is reportedly looking at Osimhen as one of three possible center-forward players in anticipation of the summer transfer season.

Speculation has it that Manchester United are also interested in the promising kid from Slovenia, Benjamin Sesko, as well as Tottenham Hotspur’s all-time leading scorer, Harry Kane. This is in addition to the striker who plays for Napoli, who is the subject of the speculation.

It is said that Erik ten Hag is eager to secure a long-term option for the center-forward position, and the three names mentioned above are viewed as possibilities for this role. In spite of the fact that Wout Weghorst was acquired during the January transfer window, this is the situation that has arisen.

ESPN is reporting that a trade for Osimhen may cost Manchester United close to ninety million pounds, and this estimate is based on the assumption that Napoli would even consider the prospect of entering into negotiations.

Even though he signed with Napoli in the year 2020, the Nigerian international still has more than two years left on his current deal. His contract is set to expire in July 2025, despite the fact that he joined the club in the year 2020.

There have already been reports that it will be challenging for Manchester United to come to an agreement with Napoli. These speculations have been around for some time. In a recent interview with GMS, journalist Carlo Garganese brought up this same point, which he found particularly interesting.

Garganese referred to Aurelio De Laurentiis, the president of Napoli, as the “ultimate maestro” of selling major players, and he hinted that De Laurentiis would demand a hefty transfer fee from Manchester United if the English club showed interest in Osimhen. If Manchester United showed interest in Osimhen, Garganese said that De Laurentiis would demand a transfer fee from Manchester United.

Despite the fact that he is certainly a player that the Stretford-based squad is interested in, Osimhen’s future in front of the 2023–24 season is still unknown. This is despite the fact that his future is still unknown.

Romano, an expert on player transfers, was asked about the striker’s future in an interview with GMS, and he claimed that any decision about the striker will most likely be made after the end of the current season.

In reference to Manchester United’s search for a striker, Romano made the following statement: “Dusan Vlahovic depends on the scenario at Juventus.”

The pundit stated that at the present time, Napoli have absolutely no interest in negotiating for Victor Osimhen.

Napoli merely wants to focus on the present season; in the summer, the club will make a choice about the number of players they will sell,” “Napoli’s main priority is the current campaign,”

The number of goals that Osimhen has scored is sufficient evidence to draw any conclusion. This season, the Nigerian player has played 21 games and has scored 17 goals for his team. In addition, he has assisted on four other goals for his club (Transfermarkt).

His goals have been a significant contributor to Napoli’s rise to the top of Serie A, and the possibility of them winning the Scudetto for the first time since 1990 has become a very real possibility as a result.

According to FBref, the talisman of Napoli is in the top two percent of strikers in terms of the number of goals scored that are not the result of a penalty kick for every ninety minutes of actual play.

Osimhen, who is currently 24 years old and plays for Naples, has been sidelined for more than 40 matches since he joined the club. This is one point that could deter United from signing him during the summer transfer window.