Bayern Munich make verbal offer for Victor Osimhen after Napoli reject €100m PSG bid

In the ongoing transfer saga surrounding Victor Osimhen, Bayern Munich has emerged as a significant contender for the Nigerian goal machine. The battle for Osimhen’s signature has attracted the attention of several top European clubs, with Chelsea, Liverpool, and Manchester United expressing their interest in acquiring the services of the Super Eagles star.

Recent reports suggest that representatives from these Premier League clubs will meet with Osimhen’s camp this week to discuss a potential move. However, Paris Saint Germain (PSG) made an initial move in the race by submitting an offer of €100 million to Napoli for Osimhen. Unfortunately for PSG, Napoli swiftly rejected their proposal, indicating their desire to hold onto the talented striker if their financial expectations were not met.

Amidst all the speculation, Bayern Munich has also shown keen interest in securing Osimhen’s services. According to German media outlet Corriere del Mezzogiorno, Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich have verbally presented an offer to Napoli for Osimhen, aiming for a marquee signing. However, it seems that Bayern may currently be unable to meet Napoli President De Laurentiis’s valuation of €150 million.

Napoli, who recently clinched their first league title in 33 years, is equally determined to retain Osimhen for at least another season as they seek to defend their Scudetto crown. The Italian champions are working tirelessly to build a formidable squad capable of repeating their success in the upcoming campaign.

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With so many clubs vying for Osimhen’s signature, it remains to be seen where the highly sought-after striker will end up. As the transfer saga continues, fans and pundits eagerly await the outcome, which will undoubtedly have a significant impact on the upcoming season.

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