PSG Transfer News: Victor Osimhen Could Betray Napoli for €130M Move

2024-02-29 23:30:00

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Mercato: A star pushed to betray his club for PSG!

Published on March 1, 2024 at 12:30 a.m.

Announced as one of the potential targets of Paris Saint-Germain in the event of the departure of Kylian Mbappé, Victor Osimhen could leave Napoli thanks to a departure clause set at €130M. And the latest signals arriving at PSG seem quite positive, with a transfer which could well become clearer in the coming weeks.

After his express passage to LOSC, Victor Osimhen could well find Luis Campos next season, on the side of PSG. The Nigerian is in fact announced as one of the main Parisian priorities to forget a possible departure of Kylian Mbappé, whose contract ends next June.

What future for Victor Osimhen?

For several weeks now, the Napoli sends several messages concerning the future ofOsimhenwith Aurelio De Laurentiis who, for example, spoke this Thursday, February 29. “Osimhen has a departure clause. That’s a lot of money. Money is Naples’ last problem,” explained the Neapolitan president to the Financial Times. “The problem is only sentimental, because every time a player leaves, it’s like saying goodbye to a son.”

“There are players who are attracted to Real Madrid, PSG, Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea”

Its counterpart of theAC Milan seems to believe that the Napoli will not be able to do much… if the PSG came to call Osimhen ! “Victor Osimhen is a great player but we know: Naples is a fantastic place, there are players who fell in love and stayed there like Hamsik for 11 years” confided according to TMW Gerry Cardinalethe boss of theAC Milan. “And there are others who are attracted by Real Madrid, PSG, Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea. You can’t stop them, especially when they have a release clause.”

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