Napoli, who lost Kim Min-jae, holds on tightly to Osimen…’Buyout 218.4 billion’ is about to renew its contract
Italian media Il Martino reported on the 14th (Korea Standard Time) that “Victor Osimen, who has reached an agreement with Chairman Aurelio de Laurentis, is set to renew his contract with Napoli.”
Osimen left LOSC Lille in 2020 and entered Naples. Although he scored 18 goals in the season just before the transfer, the dominant view was that the transfer fee of 75 million euros (about 105.5 billion won) was too expensive.
It didn’t take long for the evaluation to change. Osimen proved his worth by scoring 31 goals in 39 games in all tournaments last season.
Love calls poured into Europe’s top scoring ability. Manchester United, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid, who want to reinforce the front line this summer, showed interest in recruiting Osimen.
Saudi Arabia also joined the bid to recruit Osimen. Al Hilal, who also targeted Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe, seriously pushed for Osimen’s recruitment with a transfer fee of 140 million euros (about 200 billion won) and a weekly salary of 1 million euros (about 1.4 billion won).
Napoli is in a position not to repeat the pain of losing Kim Min-jae. Kim Min-jae’s buyout was set low at 50 million euros (about 72.8 billion won), so Napoli had no choice but to watch his transfer to Bayern Munich.
The case for Osimen certainly looks different. Napoli plan to insert two buyouts to renew their contract with Osimen, according to the report.
One is a buyout that applies to clubs outside Italy, and the other is a buyout that applies to Saudi Arabian clubs, and the amount is set at 150 million euros (about 218.4 billion won). 토토사이트
The plan is to continue his long-term accompanying with Osimen. The media said, “Napoli will extend Osimen’s contract period from 2025 to 2027 through this renewal.”