Manchester United and Bayern Munich could yet make late moves for Napoli striker, Victor Osimhen, according to reports in Italy.
With doubts over the future of Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski respectively, both clubs are reportedly in the market for a new forward to replace their want-away stars.
And according to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, that could mean an attempt to sign the Nigeria international, who is also on the radar of Arsenal.
Napoli are aware of the interest from other clubs, but are not ready to let him leave for any amount less than €100m, having signed him for a club and African record fee of €75m plus add-ons.
Ronaldo has not arrived back for pre-season at United and is reportedly seeking an exit that would leave the Old Trafford side in need of a new striker.
Meanwhile, Lewandowski has made it clear he is determined to leave Bayern and, should that happen, the German champions would need an elite striker to replace him.
Osimhen, who has three years left on his Napoli contract, has netted 24 times and provided eight assists in 51 league appearances for the Naples side.
Last season, Osimhen scored 14 goals and recorded five assists in 27 appearances in the Serie A.
He also netted four goals and one assist in the Europa League, as the Partenopi finished third in Serie A last term, with 79 points from 38 games.
The report also adds that Napoli boss Luciano Spalletti is hopeful he can count on Osimhen for next season but Chelsea forward Armando Broja would be a potential replacement.

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