Check out “Napoli said they never meant to offend Victor Osimhen, who may sue them.” The Serie A club’s official TikTok account posted a weird, now-deleted video mocking Osimhen for missing a penalty.
Napoli have responded, saying they value the 24-year-old forward despite ties to Arsenal and Chelsea.
Calcio Napoli, desiring to avoid any exploitation of the subject, stated that they never sought to upset or humiliate Victor Osimhen, a club treasure, per Fabrizio Romano.
As proof, the club rejected all foreign offers for the striker during the summer training camp.
“Social media, especially TikTok, has always employed expressive language with a light heart and imagination, without intending to insult or deride, as with Osimhen the protagonist.
“In any event, if Victor took offense, the club didn’t mean it.”
Chelsea veteran Pat Nevin advised against making Mykhailo Mudryk the next Kevin De Bruyne or Mohamed Salah.
After selling De Bruyne and Salah before they reached their peak, Nevin thinks Mudryk might be next if Chelsea aren’t patient.
He told OLBG: “Mykhailo Mudryk is great and will come good – Chelsea cannot risk him being another Salah or De Bruyne.
Arsenal wanted Mudryk because he’s great. His speed and talents are ridiculous. A Ukrainian boy moving to a new nation had different issues than everyone else.
“He had a huge transfer fee, but Chelsea’s other fees have eased the strain. “I think he might be a terrific forward and creator.
He didn’t make it easy for himself with a struggling team. His stats last season were poor.” Chelsea knows better than anyone that letting a player go may make them world-class elsewhere.
“He arrived in January, a difficult time for players. I still have high hopes for Mudryk when the team clicks this season. It might be later this season or next. If Chelsea cut their losses, he may thrive elsewhere.”
Roberto De Zerbi is on Real Madrid’s shortlist of potential successors for manager Carlo Ancelotti at the end of the season, understands.
The Italian is obligated to remain under the terms of his contract until the summer of 2025, and his release clause is rumored to be worth more than £10 million.
It is believed that Brighton is not very concerned about the future of De Zerbi.