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Napoli looks to replace Osimhen, and three forwards stand out as front-runners.

Napoli looks to replace Osimhen, and three forwards stand out as front-runners.

Following growing speculation surrounding Victor Osimhen’s departure from Napoli, the Italian club has reportedly begun actively seeking a replacement for the Nigerian striker.

Despite inking a contract extension until 2026 last December, Osimhen is expected to depart Napoli in the upcoming summer transfer window.

As such, Napoli has identified three players, each presenting the perfect blend of talent and affordability, as potential contenders to replace the 25-year-old.

According toTuttomercatoweb, Canadian forward David Jonathan of Lille tops Napoli’s wishlist with his impeccable French Ligue 1 record of 15 goals and 2 assists in 26 league appearances.

The 50 million euros projected price tag on David presents an enticing option for the Napoli board, given their financial constraints.

Dutch-Nigerian star Joshua Zirkzee of Bologna also features on Napoli’s shortlist of targets.

He recorded 10 goals and 4 assists in 27 league outings, thanks to the tutelage of Thiago Motta.

Finally, Feyenoord left-footed striker, Santiago Gimenez complete the three attackers on Napoli’s list.

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