In a few hours, the Osimhen case exploded violently in Naples. An ironic video published by the club on TikTok, and then removed, sparked the anger of the Nigerian's manager, Roberto Calenda.
On Tuesday evening, with a very harsh post, he opened the crisis and threatened Naples to "take legal action".
A few hours later the most sensational signal, the one that makes fans tremble. A movement that in the time of social networks makes more noise than words. The striker has removed from his Instagram profile almost all photos with the Napoli shirt (including those of the celebrations after the title) and stopped following the club's profile (later after some reflection, he decided to follow the club, but the photos did not return more).
Osimhen, whose nervousness had also appeared at the time of his substitution in Bologna, just like his manager, did not take the initiative of Napoli well. And now, as 'Sky Sport' reveals, he expects the leaders to take a step back for what happened by apologizing.
With Osimhen's contract expiring in 2025 and a renewal yet to be completed despite a long summer of negotiations, a breach of this nature could see the striker move next summer or even in January.