Napoli Striker Victor Osimhen Hits Back at Agent’s Bold Claims, Labels Him “Piece of Filth”

Ongoing Feud Unfolds as Khvicha Kvaratskhelia’s Representative Sparks Controversy with Speculative Statements on Osimhen’s Future

Napoli’s star striker, Victor Osimhen, has unleashed a scathing response against Mamuka Jugeli, the agent of Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, branding him a “piece of filth” and a “disgrace.” The verbal attack comes in the wake of controversial comments made by Jugeli about Osimhen’s future, asserting that the Nigerian international would move to a Saudi Pro League club next summer.

Jugeli’s remarks were made during an interview with Georgian media outlet 1Tv, where he drew comparisons between his client, Kvaratskhelia, and Napoli’s number nine. Despite Osimhen signing a contract extension with the Serie A club just last month, Jugeli confidently predicted a switch to the Saudi Pro League, citing the player’s preferences and aspirations.

In response to Jugeli’s claims, Osimhen took to his Instagram story in the early hours of Wednesday morning to express his discontent. The striker’s blunt statement read, “Dear Mamuka Jugeli, you are a piece of filth and a disgrace. I’m embarrassed at your sense of reasoning. Dumb f***. KEEP MY NAME OUT OF YOUR MOUTH!”

Osimhen, who showcased an impressive performance last season with 31 goals in 39 appearances, has long been linked with a move to top European clubs. While speculation has connected him to Premier League side Chelsea, Osimhen vehemently denied any intention of joining the Saudi Pro League, emphasizing his commitment to Napoli.

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The saga adds another layer to Osimhen’s transfer history, with reports of a £120 million offer from Saudi Pro League side Al Hilal in July last year. Napoli, however, reportedly rejected the substantial bid, awaiting a higher offer. Rumors also circulated about a potential return from Al-Hilal, featuring an astronomical weekly wage packet of £1 million, showcasing the persistent interest in the prolific striker from various quarters, including Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.

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