Italian club could ask for £130 million to sell Arsenal target

Arsenal faces paying a record-breaking fee if the Gunners pushes on with their interest in Napoli striker, Victor Osimhen.

The Nigerian has been in terrific form this term and could lead the Serie A leaders to the Scudetto title this season if everything goes to plan.

Arsenal has been investing in their playing squad for much of the last few seasons and Mikel Arteta has the support of the club’s board.

The Gunners could end this term as unlikely English champions and they will want to maintain that high standard beyond this term.

They want Osimhen and a report on The Daily Mail reveals several clubs are also keen on the former Lille man whose deal expires in 2025.

Napoli will want to keep their best player, but every star has a price and the Italians are likely to demand £130 million in exchange for their top scorer in the summer.

JustArsenal Opinion

Osimhen has been in terrific form and is playing better than Dusan Vlahovic currently, so we must willingly splash the cash for his signature if we really want him.

However, his arrival might mean that Eddie Nketiah has to leave the club because there will hardly be any chances for the Englishman to play.


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  1. Why can’t the FA make a ruling that for a player putside the PL the max transfer limit is 50mil and within PL max transfer limit is 60mil.

    You will soon see player transfer fees dropping.

    Cap player salary to 150k pw or 200k pw.

    If the English clubs stop spending crazy money there will be some sense of normality with these ridiculous prices.

    1. I’d probably prefer your way to how it is now, even if league football in this country becomes “worse”, however, as long as such enormous demand for football exists, there is incentive for clubs to pay enormous amounts for the best players – if they prevent it in this country, it will just happen somewhere else (probably in a breakaway “Super League”, which arsenal have already shown an interest in…).

  2. Quality player but much of a price tag , I still say Timo werner and play CF instead where chelski ruined him on the left wing.

  3. Price is too high IMHO, especially for someone who isn’t a regular in the lineup. If we had moved for him instead of Jesus then fair play, but I’m content with the addition of Jesus at 1/3 of his rumored cost.

  4. I love the club Arsenal FC I believe that with there performance this season they will do something marvilous

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