Good bye Martial – Man Utd are holding the ‘golden key’ to sign Nigeria’s ‘Black Panther’

It is widely held that the renowned Nigerian player will be Manchester United’s top priority during the upcoming transfer window for the summer.

It is Manchester United’s hope that they would be able to strengthen their central striker position by signing a blockbuster player during the summer of the following year. As a result of the ꜰᴀᴄᴛ that Anthony Martial is plagued by recurrent injuries and Wout Weghorst does not have an exceptional goal-scoring ability, Red Devils head coach Erik Ten Hag has expressed a desire for the team’s attack to be led by a player who possesses a higher level of ‘leader’ potential. Wout Weghorst does not have an exceptional goal-scoring ability.

Not only has the name of Harry Kane been extensively linked with Manchester United in recent years, but also the name of Victor Osimhen, who is a superb player who is currently employed by Napoli. Both of these names have been brought up in connection with the club in recent times. The Nigerian star has scored 19 goals in the Italian Serie A this season, making it easy to realize that he is one of the most vital aspects contributing to Napoli’s success in coming so close to winning the league title. Napoli’s performance has brought them so close to winning the league title. As a consequence of this, there is no reasonable justification for the Naples club to make it simple for Osimhen to say farewell to the team.

According to Sportsmole, which quoted sources from Calciomercato, Napoli intended to make 150 million euros from the sale of Osimhen, but Manchester United had no intention of paying this amount. The information was obtained via Calciomercato. Instead, the source confirmed that the Red Devils have fixed the striker’s price at one hundred million euros.

He is currently 23 years old. In light of the ꜰᴀᴄᴛ that Osimhen’s contract will remain in effect until 2025, regardless of the circumstances, it is quite improbable that Napoli will consent to a reduction in the minimum transfer cost.

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