Osimhen, no better time to join Manchester United than now – Score Nigeria
IKENWA NNABUOGOR charges SSC Napoli bomber Victor Osimhen to take a chance from Manchester United’s offer should she come forward…
As predicted by yours truly since Super Eagles striker Victor Osimhen went on a rampage in the transfer market to throw Nicolas Pepe’s African record €72m into the archives, it will take courage to former Lille striker to reject Manchester United if he really came. call.
Latest reports suggest Manchester United have continued their frantic pursuit of the Napoli point man with a €140 bid to bring Osimhen to Old Trafford in return for Cristiano Ronaldo moving in the opposite direction.
Ronaldo’s agent, Jorge Mendes, has reportedly fought to persuade Napoli to make deals to swap their most prized Nigerian acquisition for the multiple English champions, whose fortunes have taken a dip of late despite the return of former Juventus talisman Ronaldo.
It’s not the first time the former Champions League winners have expressed their desire to have Osimhen in their ranks, but it looks like they’re serious now as things have gone awry for the Red Devils to watch. Osimhen’s goals to keep moving forward. .
Osimhen has seen his shares rise so admirably since leaving Lille of France for the Neopolitans two seasons ago and the downturn is not in his immediate and long-term plans as his names scare opposing teams in Italy and in Europe.
The Glazer family would have none of their money without speaking for the once feared big English club and have stepped up all they can to make the club even better with an eye on Osimhen.
Coaches have come and gone, and yet no change is in sight as Manchester United’s freefall has deepened without even a trace of once daring to sniff the devil’s honors in Europe in recent seasons.
Osimhen looks deadlier this season and takes no prisoners in his hungry run for goal despite all his family troubles – a spirited form Napoli are banking on for shots at domestic and European honours.
Two goals in two games so far in Seria A and in smoldering double-digit form, Napoli badly need the Lagos-born star who defied a massive exodus of players to Napoli to keep shooting and giving life. hope for the title. side.
Napoli are back in Europe, this time for UEFA Champions League football after chasing the UEFA Europa League title last season without a result and Osimhen is expected to lead his club’s charge.
Manchester United, on the other hand, are far from being in Europe this season, a rarity for decades for England’s 20-time champions, and are in the midst of a strengthening campaign to fight back in Europe and one of the players who caught the eye. is Osimhen.
Is there where the problem could lie in Manchester United’s frantic attempt to end their goalscoring woes?
Will Osimhen give up Champions League football for Manchester United, who won’t play in Europe this season?
Put your mouth where the money is – popular language in football and it’s one of the things Osimhen should consider before making his decision to grab more millions at Old Trafford or move on. cling to Naples to chase Seria A and the Champions League. titles, which might be elusive after all.
Part of the carrots hanging from Osimhen, according to Mendes, would be to double Osimhen’s income in Napoli and only clubs in the class of Manchester United, Real Madrid, PSG, Manchester City can afford such a huge fee.
In truth, this is a very rare opportunity to secure his future and possibly generations forever and he shouldn’t pass up on this to stay at Napoli.
Moreover, United’s problems are temporary and they will recover in time, with the Glazers now open to spending more money.
At 24, hot, bold and hungry, Osimhen needs challenges like this to prove he can be seen as a great striker who will not only score goals but save big clubs with dwindling fortunes.
United are in dire straits and will need everything they can grab to get out of the woods.
Things are gradually starting to look up a bit with their back to back league wins and with the new legs coming in and sorting things out, United will surely breathe again.
Dutch manager Erik Ten Hag has inherited a team that has been brutally struggling with poor results and will need to bring something extraordinary to the table to get the Red Devils flying again.
Indeed, it’s time for Osimhen to continue to shine after he will have years to breathe his mega millions in his accounts.
A footballer’s time is short and a false foot can mean all downhill for the player.
Osimhen should hit the rod while it is still hot.