Arsenal striker target is convinced he will end up in the Premier League

Victor Osimhen is one of the most sought-after strikers by top European clubs this summer, and the Nigerian is currently considering his next move.

He and Napoli have already agreed that he can leave this summer, and his current contract includes a release clause.

Osimhen is unlikely to be part of Antonio Conte’s plans as the new Napoli manager, and both parties are waiting for offers.

Arsenal is interested in signing him, especially after being snubbed by Benjamin Sesko. The Gunners are now expected to turn their attention towards the Nigerian striker.

Clubs in Saudi Arabia are also courting Osimhen with offers of a huge salary, but the U17 World Cup Golden Boot winner wants to stay in Europe.

This preference is a boost for Arsenal. According to a report on Calcio Napoli, Osimhen wants to play in the Premier League and sees his future there, which enhances Arsenal’s and their rivals’ chances of signing him.

The Gunners now need to demonstrate that they are the most serious suitors by making a compelling offer to add him to their squad.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Osimhen’s preference for the Premier League is a huge boost for us, but the striker will not come cheap, so we might have to break our transfer record to meet his release clause.


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  1. As juicy as this transfer looks, I don’t see him coming to Arsenal. The priority for me should be a suitable backup to saka and a good DM

    1. So your Priority is not a Striker? 😒
      Gabriel Jesus scored only 4goals in the Concluded season, Nketiah had 5 while Havertz had 13 (10 of which came from April-May).
      Is it Not Obvious we need a Fearsome Striker like Osihmen in our squad?

      1. You said it yourself mate Kai got 10 between April and May. Which is a fantastic return and you haven’t included the assists either.

        1. this is the strange thing, Havertz out performed all these big money must have strikers in the run in when pressure is highest, big ‘must win’ after big ‘must win’ Havertz delivered

          Gyrokeres stats on paper are better however one season in a league much weaker than the PL, and prior to that was at Coventry, I don’t remember any PL clubs battling for his signature then!

          i do agree though we could use a bit more squad depth at centre forward, sadly neither Jesus nor Nketia seem to be able to do it off the bench when we need it

          Osihmen and £100m does not feel like a good fit for that

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