Chelsea’s Bold Move: Eyeing Napoli’s Victor Osimhen Despite FFP Concerns”

Get the latest football transfer news as Chelsea eyes Napoli striker Victor Osimhen in a potential record-breaking deal.

In a surprising turn of events, Chelsea is rumored to be ready to shatter their transfer record once again, this time for Napoli striker Victor Osimhen. Undeterred by Financial Fair Play (FFP) concerns, the Blues seem determined to secure the prolific Nigerian forward in the upcoming January transfer window.

While Arsenal has also shown interest in Osimhen, it appears unlikely that they would meet the hefty demands set by Napoli. The Serie A champions are optimistic about Osimhen’s future with the club, with President Aurelio De Laurentiis expressing confidence in a potential new deal. This optimism persists despite the TikTok scandal that strained Osimhen’s relationship with Napoli.

The clock is ticking for Napoli, as Osimhen’s contract expires in 2025. There’s a sense of urgency for the club to secure a new deal before summer arrives. Failing to do so might force Napoli to consider selling the striker at a discounted rate to avoid losing him for free in 2025.

Chelsea, keenly observing the situation, is reportedly contemplating the sale of Armando Broja to generate funds for Osimhen’s substantial £100 million ($126 million) price tag. Osimhen’s impressive performance last season, scoring 26 league goals and leading Napoli to their first Scudetto in 33 years, has undoubtedly caught Chelsea’s attention.

Osimhen made history by becoming the first African player to clinch the Serie A Golden Boot. As he gears up for another Serie A clash against Juventus, the Nigerian striker remains a hot topic in the transfer market. Chelsea’s potential pursuit adds an intriguing layer to his future. Chelsea is already having one of the worst seasons as in the last match they lost to 17th place Everton by 2-0, and it was once again their one of the consistently poor performances which already broke hopes for the fans to support their team because it has been three seasons now that Chelsea is struggling.

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