Osimhen’s €15m Milan Deal To Fetch Charleroi €3m

Charleroi of Belgium striker, Victor Osimhen could be on his way to AC Milan of Italy in the summer for a fee of €15m, from which his present club will get only €3m.

Although it appears Chaleroi would be eligible to only a marginal part of Osimhen’s transfer fee, the Belgian outfit are ready to let the striker go.

This is basically because Osimhen is only on loan at Charleroi from VfL Wolfsburg of Germany, who will expectedly get the lump sum of his sale in the summer, and the Belgian club are set to accept the little portion.

However, the story does not end there, as a fourth club has also crept into the picture, with additional reports indicating that Osimhen could eventually be on his way to Lille Metropole of France.

That is because Milan are bandying an idea of shipping him out on loan to the former club of Peter Osaze Odemwingie and Vincent Enyeama for him to further develop into a lethal striker with five-star ratings.

It is left to be seen how Osimhen would react to a possible loan deal from Milan to Lille, as he had been adverse of similar arrangements that saw him struggle at Wolfsburg before he found his feet at Charleroi.

Osimhen had also spoken strongly of his desire for a deal at Milan and was close to joining them in January, but eventually opted to stick with Charleroi until the end of the current season.

A source close to the Chile 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup top scorer and eternal highest goals getter in the Cadet Mundial disclosed details of the plan being outlined for the star, which he believes is best for his career.

The credible source disclosed: “A two year deal with Lille with the option of a recall after his first season has been discussed extensively by the French side and Milan with Osimhen representatives also in the know about development ahead of the planned move in the summer.”

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