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Peseiro: Why Manchester United, Chelsea, Real Madrid Are Interested In Osimhen

Peseiro: Why Manchester United, Chelsea, Real Madrid  Are Interested In Osimhen

Super Eagles head coach Jose Peseiro has stated that Victor Osimhen will thrive in any of the big clubs in the world.

The Portuguese also revealed why top clubs like Chelsea, Manchester United , Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur are interested in the Napoli forward.

Osimhen is currently one of the most sought -after forwards in the world at the moment.

The 23-year-old has scored nine goals in 13 games in all competitions for Napoli this season.

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“He scores a lot and he’s young. It’s not easy, striker usually gets to this level later in their career,” Peseiro told Italian publication Tuttomercatoweb.

“But he always scores goals, at this moment I don’t think I’m wrong if I say that every team in the world wants to buy him.

“He can do everything: press, hit the net, use his body. He is capable of playing everywhere.

“He’s thriving at Napoli, and they are playing great, so the relationship is mutually beneficial.”

By Adeboye Amosu


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 16
  • Glory 2 years ago

    All said n done. Tammy n Tomori didn’t make the England world cup. Not even mentioning Eze. Gallagher picked n Eze not even considered. Shamefully laughable.

    • Tristan 2 years ago

      Nigeria shouldn’t worry, by the time Eze reaches 26 years with nothing from England, like Ovie Ejaria, he will come begging Nigeria and claiming through his father that he always wanted to play for Nigeria.

    • TALK UR OWN 2 years ago

      VICTOR OSIMHEN SHOULD GO TO A CLUB THAT WILL ENCHANCE HIS CHANCES OF HIS NAME TO BE AMONG THE TOP THREE BALLON D’OR NOMINATION, IF HE CANNOT WIN IT.

  • Mercy 2 years ago

    I laugh in isoko. I knew Eze and Tammy will not make it to the wc but I was actually surprised by the omission of Tomori.

    • Glory 2 years ago

      @ Mercy, Tomori’s case truly hurts. He has been solid all season. In fact right from Chelsea to AC Milan. Worst still at a time England is struggling at the back. How else must Tomori play to become a regular England international?

      • It really hurts. Tomori is really playing at the highest level and in the best of forms… I feel like crying…but then, too late to cry…

    • Tristan 2 years ago

      In my view, Eze is dreaming if he’s waiting for England. The worst that will happen is they’ll cap him in a friendly and then discard him permanently.
      Why do I say this? Eze does not play in the manner the English like.

      The English prefer players who always advance with the ball, they have no time for dribblers that can hold on to the ball play, square passes, switch or passers that sit back and play passes.

      The type of skillful players the English like are dribblers that can take on defenders while progressing the ball Messi-like into the opponent’s penalty box and play Modric-like final passes to strikers to score.

      A player like Nwakali that sits back near the back-four and sprays accurate passes would not impress them unless he has other skills. An Ejuke that dribbles with no end product will not impress them.

      Eze is not a multifaceted midfielder because other players have to accommodate his lack of defensive skill. So if you play Eze, you have to deploy defensive-inclined midfielders alongside him as cover, and he does not bring a portfolio of skillsets.

      For example, Beckham was not the most skilled winger, he couldn’t dribble but he had fast acceleration that took him past opponents and he could accurately cross the ball. That earned him a Man Utd shirt but for an England shirt he had to work on becoming a specialist freekick taker. His accuracy with the latter earned him a permanent shirt and the eventual captaincy, others like Lampard were famed for their outside the box or late arrival to the box scoring besides their midfield skills.

      It takes more than being good at one skill to be an international especially if competition for your position is fierce.

  • MONKEY POST 2 years ago

    And you guys are CELEBRATING over this INCIDENT?

    Come on GUYS it’s not FAIR!

    Abi na By FORCE to PLAY for NIGERIA?

    What happened to FREEDOM? I mean HUMAN RIGHT…

  • Elochukwu 2 years ago

    Tomori plead to canada now because they have not name there squad

  • Gideon-S 2 years ago

    Like seriously, I feel for Tomori
    The Guy have worked so hard to achieve this but they denied him..

    How I wish is another country, Tomori will surely make it..
    But England can’t be trust

  • Barth 2 years ago

    No Eze, Tomori, Tammy Abraham, Adarabioyo, Nonny Mmadueke for England, No Udokhai, Agu for Germany, No olise for France,No Biling for Denmark. I laugh in swahili. You play one shot, England commantator hail you, your head swell pass others. Imagine Harry maguire in for Tomori!, Chai, Eloi Eloi lamasabatani. C’est fini. Tammy, na only friendly match you go play for England until you retire. Kudos to Ademola Lookman, Aina, Ebuehi, Victor Moses, Leon Balogun, Dessers, Ekong and all other true sons of the soil. You all came home to where their talent is fully appreciated.

  • TALK UR OWN 2 years ago

    OSIMHEN SHOULD GO TO REAL MADRID WITHOUT WASTING TIME, IF THE BIDDING IS SO SERIOUS. AND IT WILL BOOST HIS CHANCES TO WIN AFRICA FOOTBALLER OF THE YEAR.

  • Edoman 2 years ago

    Can someone give me an up-date on Amoo Akinwunmi situations in Demark, please. Amoo is always on my mind.

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