Manchester United willing to make a player an offer of £85,000 per week

Victor Osimhen

Victor Osimhen is still frequently associated with Manchester United, and the most recent media reports are pretty fascinating.

Given the team that manager Erik ten Hag had at the beginning of his tenure, Manchester United has performed exceptionally well this season.

Given that he only had one summer transfer window to make things right, he decided to bolster the team’s backbone by bringing in World Cup champion Lisandro Martinez and storied Champions League player Casemiro.

While the quality of the defence and midfield undoubtedly increased, Cristiano Ronaldo’s acrimonious exit at the halfway point of the season exposed the Dutch manager’s troubles up front.

Il Mattino reports that Manchester United are preparing to make a firm approach to Napoli. This summer they want to acquire the Nigerian international.

The Serie A team wants to extend the player’s contract. But he is intrigued to move to England, according to a well-known Italian media site.

Osimhen desires to play in the Premier League. Manchester United are “very ready” to make Napoli an offer they can’t refuse.

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Manchester United look to sign Victor Osimhen

De Laurentiis would not even sit down to negotiate for anything less than 150 million euros for his treasured asset. Currently, the 24-year-old striker earns about £85,000 each week.

Osimhen is one of the top five forwards in the world, according to Il Mattino. And joining Manchester United may make him one of the highest-paid athletes in the world.

Hence, if he wants to leave, Napoli won’t stop him. But they will only permit the sale for 150 million euros.

Furthermore, this means that if Manchester United wants to sign the African superstar, they will need to break the British transfer record.

The former Lille attacker has started 26 games this season in all competitions and has directly assisted in 30 goals (25 goals and 5 assists).

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