Al Hilal Makes Stunning €200m Bid for Victor Osimhen as Napoli Stands Firm.

Riyadh, August 8, 2023 – Saudi Arabia Professional League powerhouse Al Hilal is refusing to back down in its pursuit of Nigerian sensation Victor Osimhen, as the club reportedly prepares to table a groundbreaking €200 million offer. Al Hilal’s relentless pursuit comes after their previous bids were met with rejection by Napoli, the Italian Serie A club where Osimhen currently plies his trade.

Al Hilal, a former Saudi League champion, is showing its determination to secure the services of the prolific striker, but it seems that Osimhen himself might not be inclined to make the move. Despite the club’s impressive track record and financial prowess, Osimhen is purportedly uninterested in joining their ranks.

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Reports from Italian sports publication La Gazzetta dello Sport suggest that Al Hilal is ready to push the boundaries with a contract offer that could see Osimhen earn a staggering €200 million. While this would undoubtedly be a jaw-dropping figure, it remains to be seen if Napoli’s hefty price tag for the player will serve as a stumbling block in negotiations.

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Napoli, often characterized by the shrewd negotiation tactics of their president Aurelio De Laurentiis, is reportedly valuing Osimhen at around €200 million. This substantial figure reflects both the player’s undeniable talent and the club’s reluctance to let go of one of their prized assets.

The Serie A champions are not idly waiting for Al Hilal’s advances. Napoli is actively engaging in discussions with the 24-year-old forward regarding a new contract. The outcome of these talks could significantly influence Osimhen’s future in the footballing landscape.

This development sets the stage for a potential transfer saga that could capture the attention of football enthusiasts worldwide. As Al Hilal presses forward with its ambitions and Napoli stands firm with its valuation, Victor Osimhen finds himself at the center of a high-stakes tug-of-war between two ambitious clubs.

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