Manchester United, Arsenal and Newcastle are preparing to sign Victor Osimén but need to raise £133m to sign the Napoli striker…
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we just Exactly half of the January transfer market But the club has already started thinking about summer and Victor Osimhen is set to become one of the hottest properties in Europe.
The Napoli striker is one of the continent’s most coveted centre-forwards and most of the Premier League’s big hitters have been associated with the Nigerian at some point. Indeed, according to Il MattinoManchester United, Arsenal and Newcastle are already battling for front-row positions in the queue.
Good for Naples if they need to cash in their largest assets. Reportedly, they want a bidding war as they want to renew their current contract, which expires in 2025. And clubs looking to sign Osimmen are considering a bill of around £133m.
Toon in triple swoop at Chelsea
Meanwhile, Newcastle are keen to cement their place in the Champions League spot by storming Chelsea, who certainly have players to spare after splurging already this month.
Telegraph The Magpies want two England internationals and a World Cup semi-finalist from the Blues. No. But Chelsea bosses are reluctant to let Conor Gallagher and Ruben Loftus-Cheek leave.
Newcastle are also keen on Scott McTominay, who is said to be concerned about his prospects for playing time at Manchester United. Apparently McTominay open to move to St James Parkbut the Red Devils prefer to keep Scotland international, at least until the summer.
Danjuma struggling to generate interest
Arnout Danjuma was on Liverpool and Manchester United’s radar until a while ago. The forward is now cleared to leave Villarreal, and his options appear to be somewhat reduced.
The Dutch attacker’s agent has recently come to England to serve clients at Liverpool, Tottenham and West Ham. Relebo We think they haven’t bitten out of Danjuma’s preferred options yet.
Instead, so far the 25-year-old’s only firm offers have come from Everton and his former club Bournemouth. And those include loan deals.
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