PSG Is Gearing Up To Make A €120 Million Offer For Osimhen
PSG Is Gearing Up To Make A €120 Million Offer For Osimhen

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) is preparing to make a second bid of €120 million for Nigerian forward Victor Osimhen. The initial offer of €100 million made by the French champions was rejected in June. While the new bid falls short of Napoli president Aurelio de Laurentiis’ valuation, it still surpasses the offers from other interested clubs.

Reports suggest that Napoli values Osimhen at €150 million, a price tag that no other club is currently willing to meet. De Laurentiis has dismissed suitors like Chelsea, Manchester United, and Real Madrid, believing that PSG is the only team capable of affording the talented striker.

Negotiations are underway between Osimhen and Napoli for his contract extension, with the club aiming to introduce a release clause that would only become valid in the summer of 2024 for a fee exceeding €100 million. While De Laurentiis stated that he would only entertain offers close to €200 million in this summer’s transfer window, Napoli remains determined to reach an agreement with their star player.

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Bayern Munich has shown interest in Osimhen but halted negotiations due to Napoli’s economic demands. PSG poses the biggest challenge for Napoli, as they consider Osimhen as the ideal replacement for Kylian Mbappé.

French sources indicate that PSG is on the verge of submitting an offer of around €120 million. Osimhen had an impressive season, scoring 26 goals and providing five assists in 32 league appearances, contributing to Napoli’s Serie A title win after more than three decades. He also became the first African player to secure the prestigious Capocannoniere award as the top scorer in Serie A.

Osimhen is scheduled to resume pre-season training on July 19, eagerly awaiting the developments surrounding his future.


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