FC Bayern interested in 120 million men?

FC Bayern still has an absolutely world-class attacker in their own ranks in Robert Lewandowski. But the Polish international is known to be aiming for a move to FC Barcelona. That is why there are currently numerous rumors about possible successors around Munich. Right in the middle: Victor Osimhen from SSC Napoli.

Whether Sasa Kalajdzic, Jonathan David or even Cristiano Ronaldo: FC Bayern is associated with numerous goalscorers these days. The reason for this is the change intentions of Robert Lewandowski, who wants to leave the Bundesliga club after eight years.

The name Victor Osimhen is currently circulating in the media again. The 23-year-old is under contract with SSC Napoli until 2025. The Nigerian has long established himself in Serie A. Last season, Osimhen scored 14 goals in Italy’s top flight. In addition, the center forward scored four times in five Europa League games.

At the beginning of June, Osimhen was traded at Bayern Munich. Of the “Corriere dello Sport“The speculation continues to heat up. According to the Italian newspaper, which claims to refer to reports from Germany, FC Bayern could dare to advance and make representations to SSC Napoli.

The “Corriere dello Sport” even brings a transfer fee of 120 million euros into play. The southern Italians are said to be demanding such an amount for Osimhen. However, a transfer of this magnitude seems more than unrealistic.

Rohr recommends FC Bayern Osimhen

In any case, Gernot Rohr, who worked as Nigerian national coach between 2016 and 2021, thinks highly of Osimhen. The former Wolfsburg player could become a world-class striker, the 69-year-old said in an interview with “sports picture” secure.

“Victor still has to improve a few things, for example work on his body language. If something doesn’t work, he shows it too much on the pitch. But these are small things, he gets by,” said Rohr.

Osimhen is “a good alternative” for Lewandowski: “I think he would prevail in Munich. Since he already has experience in the Bundesliga and speaks a little German, his adjustment period is of course shorter than with other players from abroad.”

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