The Nigeria striker and Lille Victor Ausemen club player, winner of the Marc Vivien Foye award awarded by and France International Radio annually to the best African player in the French league, moved to Naples, Italy, in a record deal that may be the highest for an African player. While sources close to the file confirmed that the value of the transfer amounted to 70 million euros in addition to 10 million as bonuses, the Italian press estimated the deal between 50 and 60 million euros.
Nigeria striker and night club player Victor Osimin joined the winner The Marc Vivien Foy Award 2020 France and Radio France International donate annually to the best African player in the French Football League, to Naples, the two clubs said Friday.
At the age of twenty-one, Oseemin scored 18 goals in 38 games in various competitions and 13 goals in the deficient league due to the Corona virus with the northern team.
Sources close to the file confirmed to Agence France-Presse that the value of the transfer amounted to 70 million euros, in addition to 10 million as rewards.
While the French newspaper “L’Equipe” indicated a deal worth 80 or 81 million euros, the numbers shrank from the Italian side, as the deal was estimated between 50 and 60 million euros.
The arrival of Ossimen will be the most expensive in the history of the Napoli club, which ended the current season of the Italian League in seventh place to miss the Champions League next season, unless he won the current title.
On the other hand, this is the second big deal for the night, which last season gave Ivory Coast Nicolas Pepe to Arsenal eighty million euros.