Pay Me My Money – Ex Agent Drags Osimhen To Ikeja Court Over Commission For Move To Napoli

Pay Me My Money - Ex Agent Drags Osimhen To Ikeja Court Over Commission For Move To Napoli

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One of the agents who worked on Victor Osimhen’s record breaking move from Lille to Napoli has dragged the forward to Ikeja Court on account of his refusal to pay him his commission from the deal, can exclusively reveal.

Osita Okolo we were made to understand is an in-law to the forward was part of the team behind Osimhen’s move to Napoli for a fee of around €71.2m, but that amount is currently been disputed by an investigation into the deal by the Italian and French authorities.

We exclusively gathered that William D’Avilla who was the main act in brokering the deal was due a commission of €5m from which he will pay Osita €1.3m. D’Avilla paid Osita $450k and another €91k.

According to what we gathered Osimhen collected the $439k and €89k paid to Osita saying he wants to use it to settle other family members and will return the cash to his In-law when he is settled in Italy.

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Osimhen didn’t return the cash as promised and in November, Osita went public with it in an interview where he said that the 23 year old should take care of his family members. That didn’t go down well with Osimhen who texted him to say he won’t have him as his agent anymore.

On the 4th of January precisely he paid Osita €20,000 from what he collected from him meaning he is now owing him around $439 and €69,000. The dispute has landed the duo in contact with Osita insisting on getting his money in full.

All attempts to reach Osimhen to hear his side on the issue proved abortive and Osita refused to elaborate on the matter and only told our correspondent that he is in court over an issue with Osimhen.

” I can’t confirm anything to you on my issue with Osimhen but we are in court over an issue that has dragged on for a while. That’s all I can’t tell you”, he told

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