The 130 million new signing that Chelsea wants to complete: A global star

Chelsea are prepared to break their own transfer record and spend a staggering €130 million to secure the signing of coveted Napoli striker Victor Osimhen. According to reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport via Football Italia, the Blues are looking to strengthen their forward line by acquiring the Nigerian star during the summer transfer window and are prepared to activate his release clause to make this happen.

Osimhen's recent interview with CBS caused quite a stir as the 25-year-old striker hinted at his future plans. With his decision clear, Osimhen aspires to leave Napoli to fulfill his dream of playing in the Premier League, particularly at Chelsea.

Osimhen, Chelsea's wish

Since arriving in Naples in 2020, Osimhen has emerged as one of the best strikers in the world. His contribution was instrumental in Napoli's three-decade wait for the Serie A title. Although he signed a contract extension until 2026 last year, a strategically planned €130 million release clause was included to facilitate his potential move to the Premier League.

Chelsea, facing offensive challenges, see Osimhen as the ideal solution and are ready to activate the clause to ensure his inclusion. However, there is competition with Arsenal also showing interest in the talented Nigerian striker. Mikel Arteta wants to strengthen his attack in the summer, but the financial difference between the two clubs could play a crucial role in Osimhen's final decision.

The player's interview has increased rumors of his summer departure and with Chelsea poised to engineer his release and offer him an attractive contract, the battle to sign one of the best strikers is set to become intense. Osimhen's fate is catching the attention of fans who are eager to see whether the Blues can secure the signing of the prolific Nigerian striker.

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