Napoli reveal Victor Osimhen transfer stance as £62m Todd Boehly decision slammed


Victor Osimhen stance

Napoli star Victor Osimhen looks set to attract significant interest from several of Europe’s top clubs in the summer. Along with Chelsea, the forward is being targeted by Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain but Napoli are said to be demanding £100million for their striker.

After scoring goal number 18 in Serie A over the weekend, Osimhen found the back of the net in the Champions League as Napoli won their last-16 first leg 2-0 against Eintracht Frankfurt.

Following Napoli’s win club president Aurelio De Laurentiis provided a bold statement on the future of both Osimhen and Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, where he did not rule out an eventual departure.

Mykhailo Mudryk slammed

Since his £62million arrival, that could rise to a £88million package with included add-ons, from Shakhtar Donetsk, Mykhailo Mudryk has struggled to have a lasting impact in his four Chelsea appearances.

A bright debut cameo against Liverpool offered cause for optimism at Stamford Bridge, but the 22-year-old has not been able to follow that up in the following weeks. In his latest Sky Sports column, Paul Merson provided his verdict on the signing and he certainly did not hold back. He wrote:

“They brought Mykhailo Mudryk for £88m and, bar a cameo of 20 minutes, he’s shown nothing. I mean nothing. You wouldn’t expect to need time to settle in at that price.”

Jude Bellingham update

Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham continues to attract interest from several European clubs. Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are all targeting a transfer but Dortmund don’t appear set on just rolling over and allowing the teenager to leave without a fight.

Talk surrounding Bellingham has gone quiet the last few months, however Dortmund’s sporting director, Sebastian Kehl, has now delivered the latest update on his future.

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