In a recent interview, Osita Okolo, Victor Osimhen’s brother-in-law, accused the Napoli striker of owing him a sum of more than $500,000 from 2020 and has not yet returned it.
“I married Osimhen’s sister in 2019 and it was Victor (Osimhen) who asked me to be his personal representative. The transfer from Lille to Napoli took place on July 31, 2020. I was not the one who directly closed this deal, but his former agent, William D’Avila, worked with DW Sports Management,” Osita Okolo shared.
“D’Avila paid me commissions in excess of $500,000, which I can prove with official documents. Osimhen asked to borrow that money soon after. We are a family. Too bad he never gave it back to me again. That’s why I denounced it. I just want my money back, the commission D’Avila paid me before Osimhen changed agents.”
The Nigerian striker is currently represented by Roberto Calenda, who is quite vocal in the world of “player agents” in Serie A. His transfer from Lille to Napoli is being investigated due to lack of transparent details in the report. finance.
Huy Truong | 06:44 October 17, 2023