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PSG Ready To Pay Osimhen’s Release Clause

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Paris Saint-Germain will offer €120m for Napoli hitman, Victor Osimhen in the summer, according to La Repubblica.


According to several sources, Osimhen has a release clause worth €120 to £130m in a new contract he signed with Napoli last year.

PSG are reportedly ready to table an official offer for Osimhen at the end of the season.


Napoli will part company with Osimhen once they receive a suitable offer for the striker.

PSG see Osimhen as a good replacement for Kylian Mbappe, who could move to Real Madrid in the summer.

Osimhen has scored eight goals in 18 appearances for Napoli this season.


He is expected to return to Napoli this week after taking part in the just concluded 2023 Africa Cup of Nations.

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2024 Olympic Qualifiers: Cameroon Will Qualify Ahead Of Super Falcons, Bihina Boasts

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Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon goalkeeper, Michaely Bihina is optimistic her side can beat fierce rivals Nigeria in their 2024 Olympic Games third round qualifier.

The two teams will clash in the first leg tonight at the Stade de la Reunification, Douala.

The reverse fixture is billed for the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja next week Monday.

The Indomitable Lionesses and Super Falcons have met 10 times in the past, with just wins for the former.

Bihina, however, stated that the teams’ head-to-head record matters little this time around.

“Personally, I’m calm. We know that Nigeria are a great team, but we have what it takes to accomplish our mission” the Racing Power FC of Portugal goalie told FIFA.com.

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Not Arsenal, Prove Yourself Outside Serie A – Thierry Henry Tells Osimhen

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Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has sent a message to Napoli striker Victor Osimhen to prove himself outside of the Serie A.

Henry, who doesn’t want Osimhen to move to Arsenal, also wished the Nigerian all the best in his next career after Napoli.

Osimhen has been linked with Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Arsenal in the summer transfer window.

The current African Footballer of the Year will leave Napoli at the end of the season.

“I think he needed the goal today [against Barcelona]. At the AFCON, we saw him, he can lead the line, run into the channels, and has excellent hold-up play. How good can he be? He showed last year what he could do and won the African Player of the Year along the way, winning the Scudetto with Napoli and getting to the final with Nigeria,” Henry said on the UEFA Champions League show with CBS Sports Golazo.

“I’d like to see him now, what he can do in the Premier League or wherever he is gonna go or Paris Saint-Germain. Not Arsenal, I won’t go there. I want to see him take the next step and be more consistent with his output, but to be able to win the title with Napoli the way he did will stay in history forever, so all the best to him in his career.”

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Championship: Maresca Rues Ndidi’s Absence For Leeds United Clash

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Leicester City manager Enzo Maresca has lamented Wilfred Ndidi’s absence ahead of his side’s trip to Leeds United on Friday (today).

The Foxes head to Elland Road for a meeting of the Sky Bet Championship’s top two.

The Foxes currently have a nine-point lead at the top of the table.

Ndidi is the only player out injured from the first team group.

“The only one at the moment is Wilf. He is still injured. One of our best players, or best position, is Wilf. When he’s not there, we used Cesare,” Maresca told the club’s official website.

“Now they’re not there so we try to adapt. Unfortunately Wilf is still injured

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