Napoli president Aurelio de Laurentiis has confirmed a new two-year contract offer to ace striker Victor Osimhen, but has also stated that the Nigerian could leave if they receive an offer that is too good to refuse.
Although Laurentiis did not specify a price, Napoli will only sell Osimhen for more than €100 million.
After a spectacular season with the Partonopei, the Nigerian international has piqued the interest of several top European clubs, who are vying for his signature.
Osimhen has two years left on his contract after joining from Lille for a club and African record fee of €75 million in 2020.
“We have a preliminary agreement with Victor Osimhen to extend his contract for another two years.” If an impossible-to-reject bid arrives, we will look into it and make the best decision for the club,” de Laurentiis said, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Last season, Osimhen scored 26 league goals for Napoli, including the game-winning goal.
The former Lille man also scored five goals in six Champions League games, bringing his total to 31 goals in all competitions.