SHOCKING NEWS: reported by Fabrizio Romano, “there’s going to be a lot of sale during the summer, our aim is to compete for all major competition and also compete against Liverpool and man City they both have what we don’t a HITMAN and we’re planning to do everything to get one and our target is Osimhen we want to give the fans something to be happy about next season”. Arsenal technical director Edu Gaspar is pulling out all the stops in order to secure the signing of a top-quality striker. It is believed that the Gunners are willing to “break the bank” in order to land their man, and they are “not taking no for an answer”. Gaspar is said to be determined to strengthen the squad ahead of next season, and he has identified the striker position as a priority. Edu Gaspar Pulls Out All the Stops in Bid to Sign Sought-After Striker – Arsenal ‘Not Taking No for an Answer'”.


According to reports from England, Arsenal have initiated discussions with Victor Osimhen’s agent in a bid to challenge Chelsea for the signature of the Napoli striker. Further details have emerged regarding Osimhen’s release clause, shedding light on the ongoing transfer saga.

The Nigerian international recently inked a new deal with Napoli in December, albeit with President Aurelio De Laurentiis openly acknowledging that Osimhen’s departure at the end of the current season was anticipated.

While Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid have also been linked with Osimhen, the Premier League appears to be his most probable destination, with Chelsea emerging as frontrunners.

However, the Mirror newspaper has reported that Arsenal took proactive steps by engaging in discussions with Osimhen’s agent in 2022 to explore the possibility of securing his services.

Although the existence of a release clause in Osimhen’s new contract with Napoli is widely acknowledged, the precise amount remains somewhat shrouded in mystery. Speculation suggests it falls within the range of €120-130 million, a figure corroborated by the Mirror report, which translates to £100-110 million.

This release clause pertains solely to the transfer fee and does not encompass the salary negotiations that would be required to entice the 25-year-old striker, who notably clinched the Scudetto last season and became the first African player to claim the Serie A top scorer accolade.

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  1. Sir Engr Chukwuka Eric says

    Osihmen will be a good bargain for Arsenal. That is exactly the striker Arsenal needs. I encourage Edu Gasper to bring Osihmen to Arsenal

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