Nigeria international forward forward Victor Osimhen refused to rule out a move to English Premier League side Arsenal from Italian Serie A side Napoli.
The forward is reportedly among the targets of Arsenal this summer with manager Mikel Arteta keen on bolstering his options in attack. Newcastle United are also among the club rumoured to be weighing up a bid for the Nigerian.
Osimhen was asked about his future shortly after Nigeria defeated Sao Tome and Principe 10-0 in their second consecutive game at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. A game which he scored four goals.
Responding he said when the time is right he will speak about his future as anything can happen before the close of the summer transfer window around Europe.
“First of all I am happy with this win and for me I think my business with the national team stays with the national team and my business at my club stays with it. Talking about transfers now I don’t think it’s the right moment for me because I just finished with the national team”, he said at the post match presser.
“I had a good two games and the wins. Of course yeah everyone these there is a lot of rumours going around me and of Europe at large. Anything can happen, you don’t know what’s going to happen in the summer..I just want to go back to my family and have a good time relax and refresh my mind and when the time is right I will speak about my future”, he stated.