Arsenal won’t pay more than €75m for Osimhen

Arsenal won’t pay more than €75m for Osimhen

by Sopuru Sopuru

Arsenal remains keen on signing Victor Osimhen, though they are unready to meet Napoli’s €120 million release clause for the striker. Osimhen is highly regarded as one of Europe’s top strikers, and Napoli has set a high release clause to protect his market value, anticipating significant interest during the summer transfer window.

Osimhen has an agreement with Napoli that he can leave if a suitable offer comes in, and he is now waiting for potential clubs to make their moves. Arsenal, in need of a new striker, views Osimhen as a strong candidate, especially after their failed attempt to sign Benjamin Sesko from RB Leipzig.

However, according to a report on Calcio Napoli24, Arsenal is unwilling to pay the full €120 million release clause. Instead, they are prepared to offer €75 million to secure the former Lille striker. This offer is presented as a take-it-or-leave-it proposition to Napoli.

Osimhen is one of the most sought-after strikers in the market right now, and the Nigerian star is expected to leave Napoli this summer. He is considered more prolific than Arsenal’s current options and would likely add more goals to the team. However, Arsenal believes that €120 million is an overvaluation and is firm in their stance not to be pressured into meeting that price.


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