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Victor Osimhen spotted in Germany, his trip reportedly linked to Bayern Munich transfer

Victor Osimhen spotted in Germany, his trip reportedly linked to Bayern Munich transfer



The champion Naples will most likely lose several of its stars. One of them is definitely striker Victor Osimhen, who was spotted in Germany. He is believed to be linked to Bayern Munich.

The Nigerian international is a very hot commodity as far as transfers are concerned after this year’s dream season. There are several potential future employers.

the 24-year-old forward has scored 23 goals in 30 Serie A games this season and helped his side to their first championship title since 1990.

Manchester United and Bayern Munich are the most talked about teams in recent days. Given the high price tag, the English outfit is the favourite to sign him, but the situation could be different.

The main target of the Red Devils to strengthen the offensive line is Harry Kane from Tottenham, but everything depends on the agreement with the director of the London club, Daniel Levy.

So Osimhen will probably have several options in the summer, one of them is of course a contract extension at his current club in Naples.

However, the striker has been spotted at the Adlon Kempinski Hotel, which is located in the German capital Berlin, according to reports from the Daily Mail.

Bayern, moreover, are looking for a revival at the spearhead striker position like salt. The only “pure” player in this position is Cameroonian Chupo-Moting, who is not only struggling with numerous injuries this year.

Munich have been trying out different options in recent rounds. Whether it was Gnabry, Muller or Mané, no one worked to their liking.

So the Bavarian club is looking for a solution and Nigerian Osimnhen seems to be one of the best options. ” We will bring in a new striker.”

“Time will tell if it will be Victor Osimhen, Randal Kolo Muani or someone else. However, going into the new season with one spearhead striker is unrealistic.”

Source: Sportbible, Daily Mail