Giving away a striker who eats one goal and recruiting ‘Napoli Bomber’… Chelsea’s greed is too big
On the 20th (Korean time), British soccer media 90MIN borrowed news from Italian Calciomercato and said, “Chelsea wants Napoli striker Victor Osimen as their new striker. I’m ready to give it a go,” he said.
Osimen, a Nigerian national,메이저사이트 is considered one of the top stars in the European transfer market along with ‘Monster’ Min-jae Kim. He has scored a whopping 21 goals in 23 league appearances this season, leading Napoli’s leading run. I had the top scorer in front of me. It’s a Neapolitan bomber. He is also active with 4 goals in 5 European Champions League matches. Thanks to this, Napoli advanced to the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the first time in the club’s history.
Naturally, there are many big clubs watching Osimen. Manchester United is preparing a large transfer fee to sign Osimen and Kim Min-jae as a set, and French giant club Paris Saint-Germain also jumped into the race to sign Osimen.
Chelsea is one of them. As there is no clear frontline striker, it is expected that he will actively rush to recruit Osimen. Chelsea this season are 13th in the league for team goals with 29 goals. It can’t be humiliation. Kai Havertz, Raheem Sterling, and Joao Felix, who are considered world-class players, are all in slump.
Since the arrival of owner Todd Boelli, Chelsea have been spending a lot of money. In less than a year, the amount spent on recruiting players exceeded 600 million euros (approximately 840 billion won). Osimen’s transfer fee is said to be high, but he has the ability to pay it.
The problem is that they are trying to insert Pulisic, a striker who eats and runs, in the recruitment of Osimen. American national Pulisic is considered one of Chelsea’s failed signings, scoring just one goal in 18 league games this season. He only showed sluggishness in the previous two seasons.
It may be a suggestion that adds cash to Pulisic, but it seems that they will dispose of their headaches while recruiting Osimen, the world’s hottest striker. Chelsea spent 58 million pounds (approximately 93 billion won) in transfer fees to bring Pulisic. Compared to his performance, the ransom is high. It’s not that difficult to sell separately. It can be said that Chelsea’s greed is too big.