Shocked by the offer of 200 billion towards Osimen… ‘Saudi clubs promote double buyout’ special clause

Naples has started cracking down on the house.

Italy’Sky Sports’ reported on the 7th (Korean time), “Napoli want to insert a clause in the renewal contract to protect Osimen from the Saudi Arabian club.”

Osimen joined Napoli from LOSC Lille in 2020. Although he scored 18 goals in the season just before the transfer, the dominant evaluation was that the transfer fee of 75 million euros (about 105.5 billion won) was too expensive.토토사이트

It did not take long for the evaluation to change. Osimen proved his worth by scoring 31 goals in 39 matches across all competitions last season.

His explosive performance spread to transfer rumors. Big clubs such as Manchester United (Man United), Chelsea, Real Madrid, and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), who are aiming to strengthen the front line this summer, jumped into the race to sign Osimen.

Napoli responded with a no-transfer policy. Naples president Aurelio De Laurentiis said, “We have to pay 200 million euros (about 280 billion won) to take Osimen.”

The parties also responded. Osimen said in a recent interview, “I am looking forward to the new season. Napoli fans love and respect their players. There is no better place than Naples.”

While transfer rumors were quieting down, Al-Hilal suddenly jumped into the recruitment of Osimen. Al-Hilal seriously promoted the recruitment of Osimen with a transfer fee of 140 million euros (about 200 billion won) and a weekly wage of 1 million euros (about 1.4 billion won).

Napoli is planning to block interest from Al-Hilal. According to this report, Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis is seeking to insert two buyouts into the contract renewal with Osimen.

The first is a buyout limited to European clubs. It is reported that Napoli wants 150 million euros (approximately 214.5 billion won), while Osimen is asking for 110 million euros (approximately 157.2 billion won).

The second is a Saudi Arabia club-limited buyout. President De Laurentiis plans to include a special clause that says Saudi clubs must pay twice the existing buyout.

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