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PSG Offer Argentina 2022 World Cup Winner To Napoli For Osimhen

PSG Offer Argentina 2022 World Cup Winner To Napoli For Osimhen

Paris Saint-Germain are ready to offer Argentina World Cup winner Leandro Paredes and his compatriot Mauro Icardi to Napoli for Victor Osimhen.

This is according to French media outfit RMC Sport who reported that PSG hoping to lower the price-tag by giving Icardi and Paredes for the services of Osimhen.

The Super Eagles striker has already attracted huge interest from the Premier League, with the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal showing interest.

Friday’s report confirms that Osimhen would prefer going to England, but is open for a return to Ligue 1 with PSG.

It would also be a reunion with former Lille director Luis Campos, the man who sold him to Napoli for €75m plus bonuses in September 2020.

Napoli have set an absolute minimum price-tag of €100m for Osimhen, probably closer to €120m, and it is reported that PSG hope to lower that figure by offering players in exchange.

Meanwhile, Osimhen will miss Napoli’s home league game against AC Milan on Sunday due to injury.

Napoli are on the verge of landing a third ever Serie A title and their first since 1990.


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WORDPRESS: 6
  • Footballfanatic 1 year ago

    Completespots na WA for una oh…Other outlets are reporting that Guinea fielded an overage player who changed his age 3 times and was 24 years old 2 years ago…This player played against Enyimba 2 years ago in a caf champions league game stating he was 24 but you people have not even reported this….I doubt even the useless NFF will follow up on this.

    • Emecco 1 year ago

      CAF can’t act if NFF doesn’t file a petition against Guinea, this should be the 3rd time Guinea have been found of age cheat, 1st was at the 2001 u-17 Afcon in Seychelles, Guinea was disqualified for ahe cheats, after qualifying for the Semifinals, Nigeria eventually won the Tournament after beating Burkina Faso 3-0 in the finals,. Nigeria and actually played 1-1 in the group stage, that was the Femi Opabumni set. Then again at immediate recent u-17 Afcon I’m Tanzania (2019) Guinea was again disqualified for age cheat despite finishing runners up to eventual champions, Cameroon, They were stopped by CAF from attending the 2019 u-17 World Cup in Brazil and Senegal was called up to replace them. Once NFF files a protest, we have a 95% chance of still making it to the the u-23 Afcon this year. Pls, let anyone who knows NFF official e-mail should Pls paste it here let’s all bombard them with mails until they do the needful. I know most of the NFF official are not even bothered whether Nigeria does well or not.

      • Footballfanatic 1 year ago

        This is 100% correct and they have to file it asap as the tournament starts in June……

      • Solo Makinde 1 year ago

        You are right darling Football Fanatic. NFF are to act quickly. Love you. Xxx

  • Football that gives a bit of succour to Nigerians as a result of bad governance by the useless leaders is being handling with levity to the detriments of our happiness.
    I hope people would bombard NFF websites with the Guinea age cheat against us.NFF is simply nothing to write home about.

  • Osaretin 1 year ago

    The last time I checked media houses also have corporate responsibilities to both their subscribers and the country. If it is true on this age cheating stuff or their is inkling of truth completesports should notify the NFF because such petion should have a time limit to complain

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