The Nigerian completed his medical in Rome on July 18, but he will not be presented to Azzurri fans until he returns from his summer vacation.
— Official SSC Napoli (@sscnapoli) July 31, 2020
While terms of the deal were not disclosed, De Laurentiis confirmed the deal will cost the club close to €80 million.
“I want to welcome Victor to the Napoli family,” he told reporters outside his Villa Bismarck on the island of Capri.
“It’s a deal that is worth €80m, €70m will be paid over five years and €10m in bonuses related to results.
“Lille have signed [Orestis] Karnezis, [Claudio] Manzi, [Ciro] Palmieri and [Luigi] Liguori from us, but they are two separate transactions.
“Osimhen’s contract will start at €4m for the first year and run for five years. It will increase year by year until €4.5m.”