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Man Utd have to pay over £87m to prise Victor Osimhen away from Napoli – Man Utd News

Man Utd have to pay over £87m to prise Victor Osimhen away from Napoli – Man Utd News

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Manchester United have to pay a fee between £87m and £104m to sign Napoli striker Victor Osimhen next summer, French journalist Ignazio Genuardi claims.

The Red Devils are currently looking to terminate the contract of Cristiano Ronaldo after his explosive interview with Piers Morgan. The Portuguese made disrespectful comments towards manager Erik ten Hag as well as the club’s owners.

The club are likely to pursue a low-cost replacement for Ronaldo in the coming transfer window and could wait until next summer to sign a marquee striker. Osimhen is on their radar and Genuardi claims that he would cost £87m-104m.

Osimhen would be an ideal signing for Erik ten Hag

Osimhen has had a top season for Napoli with 10 goals and three assists from 14 outings. He has been a key player for the Serie A outfit, who are aiming to lift the Scudetto after three decades.

Hence, a mid-season sale is completely out of the question. The club are likely to wait until next summer to consider offers, but it is quite clear that he will cost a premium fee.

United were willing to pay £87m to prise Antony away from Ajax earlier this term and they should be prepared to make a similar outlay on Osimhen, who will be in demand.

The 23-year-old is a modern striker, who likes to dribble and excels with his finishing. He is not the best in holding up play, but has a superb aerial presence in the box.

Erik ten Hag got the best out of a struggling Sebastien Haller at Ajax. Osimhen could be a perfect addition to the ranks as he enters the prime of his playing career.

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