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Osimhen, Napoli Differ On New Salary

Osimhen, Napoli  Differ  On New Salary

Serie A club Napoli are not ready to increase the salary previously agreed with Victor Osimhen’s previous agent, reports Completesports.com.

Napoli had already agreed €3.5m plus up to €2m in bonuses with the forward, while his latest representative want €5m per season along with add-ons for his client.

According to L’Equipe, Lille are also not willing to accept Adam Ounas as part of the transfer fee and want the entire €81m fee in cash.

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Osimhen’s agent has also reportedly approached several Premier League clubs to ask if they would like to make a counter offer as a result of slow pace in negotiations.

The 21-year-old have previously been linked with Manchester United, Liverpool , Tottenham Hotspur and Everton.

Osimhen scored 18 goals and provided six assists in 38 appearances in all competitions for Lille in the 2019/20 campaign.

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  • Chairmanfemi 11 months ago

    I just pray this whole transfer tussle doesn’t turn out bad in the end. It’s becoming stale. Oshimen should please act fast and if he seems so confused, he should spend another season with Lille

  • It becoming clearer everyday that osimhen do not want to play for napoli, but his club lille model is founded on selling its best players to run the club. Hence, the reason why club is insisting on selling him to the team that meet it asking price. It looking likely no any other club is coming up with sustainable bid that will suit what the club is asking for. I just hope at the end everything pounce out well for the young man.

  • Edoman 11 months ago

    Imo, the salary that Victor is talking about is a valid point. Who would want to sell his services for less in a highly critical and competitive sport like football. Most average players in the Premier League top Clubs earn above $5 million dollars in England. The former Manager did not represent Victor’s best interest and he therefore deserved his removal. I can’t see any way forward with Napoli Club in their negotiations. This is my opinion.