'Straight swap for Sissoko': Tottenham fans react to links with Victor Osimhen
Tottenham are being linked with a move for Napoli striker, Victor Osimhen, with reports in Italy suggesting the Nigerian is on their radar.
Of course, Kane’s departure seems unlikely for now. Daniel Levy is said to be demanding around £150m for his man. And while Manchester City are keen, they won’t be scared to walk away either.
Osimhen only arrived in Naples last summer. He signed from Lille in a big money deal after scoring 18 goals for the French side. After a difficult start to life in Italy, the Nigerian did eventually finish in double figures.
But whether he’s the replacement for Kane Spurs need, or whether they can even afford him, is another matter.
Tottenham fans discuss Victor Osimhen
Most Tottenham supporters simply don’t want to lose Kane. Regardless of who comes in to replace him, the England skipper is the main man.
The suggestion of Osimhen doesn’t seem to be the best either. Well, if that’s what some of the replies from Spurs fans suggest.
As well as those who feel there’s no chance of Napoli selling, there’re also those who feel he just isn’t the one.
Here, then, is what some Tottenham fans had to say as the club were linked with Victor Osimhen today.
Straight swap for Sissoko. Done deal.
— Mort-1 (@kombolgui) June 27, 2021
Vlahovic is the boy
— Joe (@JosephMcMenamin) June 27, 2021
No No No just No
— Yerk 🇧🇪 (@yerkothfc) June 27, 2021
They spent like €80m on him last summer, what can Spurs possibly offer them for him? Unless Kane is sold…
— The Perennial Pundit (@PerennialPundit) June 27, 2021
We are not spending 70 million on one player Levy would never let it happen. Everything we do now will be swaps or dead cheap.
— Mark Salter (@MarkSal68104301) June 27, 2021
No way we are going to spend 70m+ on him even if we sell Kane…
I would rather go for Isak and Ings if we sell Kane this season.
— arunSpurs (@arunspurs) June 27, 2021
Using Spurs’ name to increase salary
— Ccʀ™ (@CcrThfc) June 27, 2021
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