Sissoko Advises Juventus To Sign Osimhen

Sissoko Advises Juventus To Sign Osimhen

Former Juventus midfielder, Mohamed Sissoko, has urged the club to sign Nigeria forward Victor Osimhen from French side Lille this summer.

Osimhen has been linked with a number of European giants following an impressive campaign in the French Ligue 1 with Lille.

The 21-year-old scored 18 goals and recorded five assists in 38 appearances across all competitions for Les Dogues.

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“I really like Victor Osimhen of Lille, for me that boy is very strong,” Sissoko told TuttoJuve.

“He is a striker that we will continue to talk about in the next few years. While in midfield, I could recommend his teammate Boubakary Soumare.”

Osimhen only linked up with Lille from Belgian Pro League outfit Sporting Charleroi last summer.

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WORDPRESS: 6
  • And who is he displacing in that team. Abeg Victor stay put for Lille

     
    • Chairmanfemi 2 months ago

      Bad Belle Man! If he does go to Juve, it’s a Goal for him!

      Juve plays a 4-4-2 format most times with Ronaldo partnering someone in front. Who does he partner with?? No stable Candidate! Higuain comes in today, Dybala tomorrow and when Oshimen does come in, he will surely be a main stay cuz Higuain is already Old and Dybala is considering a move away from the club.

      Whenever they play a 4-3-3 formation, it even more easier. Ronaldo plays from the Left Wing forward, Oshimen- CF and either Dybala or Cuadrado from the other wing. So any problem with Oshimen moving?? No!

      When are we going to start urging this young ones of ours to start making the move to bigger clubs??? Always with this bad mindset that they are not gonna make it. The European Young guns don’t think that way and that’s why they keep making waves across Europe. Are we going to start urging them to make the move? When they are 30 like Ighalo…short loan stinct! Na wa o

       
      • Let me just keep quiet, he is free to go and displace Higuain, ronaldo, dybala etc. No wahala. But when he doesn’t get plating time, he will be called to the National in the name of he places for a top club

         
  • Obiweluozo 2 months ago

    Thank You so much Chairmanfemi for that wonderful statement you made above. Our mindset as Africans have always been our undoing even in the International stage. That’s why we have not won the World Cup. We are satisfied with the euphoria of only qualifying for the World Cup. It really cost us from beating Croatia and Argentina e en when we have better players than those two countries. Oh Yes, we do. You may not believe because we don’t play for big clubs like this same mindset has limited us. We must learn to have the mindset of world giant, not this low key and depraved African giant we use to answer out of fear, low mindset, and Ignorance. That’s we set goals that are below our standard when going into a tournament. Ask Russia what they taught when they were about to face Spain at the 2018 World Cup. God Bless Nigerians.More comments, please.

     
    • Chairmanfemi 2 months ago

      Thanks @Obiweluzo

      If we are not careful, Senegal might even edge us in African football and at the World stage. Those guys never think low of themselves. They make the move. But here we are, Any headline linking Chukwueze, Ndidi, Ekong to a top club, boom! You’ll see Nigerians come out telling them to settle for mid-table teams and make the move to top teams when they are 30+ and are only good as back ups. We really have Mindset problems

       
  • Obiweluozo 2 months ago

    That mindset is satanic and detrimental to the growth and football advancement of this Country Nigeria.The most talented football Nation allowing Brazil, Argentina, and Spain to steal our glory and our place due to poor mindset, poor administration, and every negative in Nigeria’s football system. If you don’t believe everything in this comment then you are not aware of the football potential locked up in the football Nation Nigeria. And it may be ok if you just manage to allow those who believe to aspire for more glory and greatness for Nigeria. While you adjust and improve your mindset about the truth and the real deal about Nigeria’s immense football potentials of which even the European sadly are also aware of, unlike we Nigerians.So sorry to say this most African are not scientific. They swallow information anyhow especially the ones portraying them in the negative. With the talent we have on the ground we can win the World Cup if all things being equal.