Osimhen set to be drenched in Saudi Arabia’s petrol dollar as Al Hilal ‘submit $154.5M



The craze for Nigerian sensation, Victor Osimhen is spreading like wildfire spreading from Europe now to Asia.

Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal have reportedly made an astonishing $154.5million offer to Napoli for Victor Osimhen.

The Saudi Pro League side are continuing in their pursuit to bring the world’s biggest talents to the Middle East and have submitted the huge bid to the Serie A  champions for Osimhen.

The proposal highlights Saudi Arabia’s commitment to attracting top talents and comes days after Kylian Mbappe rejected a move to the club worth a potential $899.4 m-a-year.

According to Sky Sports, in addition to the triple-digit offer, Al Hilal have also tried to tempt Osimhen into agreeing personal terms with a £1million-per-week wage.


Osimhen was previously a target for Manchester United, however interest from the Premier League giants appears to have waned due to Rasmus Hojlund’s imminent arrival at Old Trafford.


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