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You Can’t Replace Osimhen –Capello

You Can’t Replace Osimhen  –Capello

Former AC Milan manager Fabio Capello has confessed that it will be difficult for Napoli to find a perfect replacement for Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen if he leaves this summer.

Recall that the Nigerian international scored 26 goals in 32 games to help Napoli win the Scudetto for the first time in over three decades last season.

Besides, he has been on the cards of many top clubs in Europe in the transfer window.


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Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain are among the top European clubs circling around the Nigerian.

However, Capello in chat with II Martino, stated that life will be tough for Napoli if Osimhen leave the club this summer.

“How do you replace Osimhen next year? Million dollar question, there are no players around to replace Osimhen. You would have to have a crystal ball to find him,” Capello told II Martino via Area Napoli.

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  • OJON ABIODUN 1 month ago

    Capello is spot-on on that. Replacing osimhen with who…….Well, i strongly believe if Napoli can convince boniface but that in itself will be pretty difficult.

  • What Osimhen needs at the moment is a good coach to continue to mold him to a world class striker. He can only get that in big clubs like Real Madrid or Man City not even the present day Chelsea. All Napoli coaches after Spalleti are mediocres who couldn’t perform any magic on Osimhen or the rest of the team.


    made a great mistake in letting Spalleti go after such a remarkable achievement in Napoli. They have not been able to replicate the remarkable achievement since he left.

  • Dr Banks 1 month ago

    No one is irreplaceable my brother.

    Lille won the league immediately the following season after selling Osimhen. Soldier come, soldier go is football guys

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