Victor Osimhen, the Napoli striker linked with a move to Manchester United, has given his thoughts on his future.
United had been linked with a move for the Nigerian striker earlier in the summer window after he scored 18 goals in 32 games for the Serie A side. Because he began his pre-season with Napoli, speculation has dwindled slightly since then.
If Cristiano Ronaldo decides to leave Old Trafford, Manchester United are likely to continue their search for a new striker. Osimhen, on the other hand, looks to be happy to remain in Italy. Arsenal have also been rumored to be interested in signing the player.
He told Corriere dello Sport, via Metro, that he was in Napoli. “My club has my utmost regard.
“They’re merely market rumors,” says the expert. I’m fine, and I’ve never felt so close to everyone here as I do right now.
It was the president who comforted me by detailing the club’s plans, so I talked to him.” As promised, the purchases I made from him are of high quality; his promises have been kept.
We’ll see what happens in the future. “I am very happy to play for Napoli and we will see.”