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Victor Osimhen, Napoli striker, reveals he has a Chelsea shirt. and Manchester United have always kept it in their collection.

Nigeria national team striker He is one of the strikers target. By big clubs due to his success in scoring goals to lead the team to the Serie A title for the first time in 33 years this past summer.

He has been heavily link with Manchester United and Saudi Arabia. But in the end the contract didn’t happen. He continues to play in Naples. ยูฟ่าเบท

Osimheim recently appeared on the podcast of John Obi Mikel, former Chelsea midfielder. who said that he would like to see the generation that sings of Mati move to play at Stamford Bridge,

to which the 24-year-old star replied to the former Blues player that “I don’t have a favorite team in the Premier League, but I have two shirts: Chelsea and Manchester United. “A lot of

my friends are Chelsea fans. And one or three are United fans. The Premier League is the most popular league for African players. It’s a great league.”

Osimheim added that he turned down an offer from Saudi Arabia (Al-Hilal offered 200 million euros) and wanted to join another club in Europe. “Of course (I want to play)

. in Europe) What is said is true. I talked in August. Now it is a big decision for me to make.”

“The more I turned down these people (from Saudi Arabia), the more and more they increased their offers. It changed my life.”

“I talked to the people in charge. We discussed this with my club. We see what needs to be done. So I decided I told them ‘I like these guys, I want to stay, I don’t want to leave now. They understand, but they won’t give up until their transfer window closes.’ I told them before we played C’s first match

. He said, “It’s over.” I won’t think about it again.

“As long as I play football for money, There’s so much more to it than that.”

As for Osimhem, he currently has 18 months remaining on his contract with Napoli. He has played 111 matches, scoring 65 goals in all competitions.