Football which has become the most prolific career for decades has enabled many youths amass quite a large amount of wealth making them live a luxarious lifestyle, including owning cozy homes and driving big machines like Mercedes CLA.
Alot may not be known about the Napoli's Centre forward Victor Osimhen but he has indeed been a lucky man considering before his breakthrough in football career, he was doing a low paying job making up to 80 Naira.photo courtsey
Born in Logos, the 22 year old Nigerian international is arguably one of the best young strikers in Europe, with a market value of close to €80 million. The Napoli's hitman recently revealed that he used to do demenial jobs like cleaning gutters for N20, fetching water for N20, N80 and selling sachet water in traffic while growing up in Nigeria, before transforming into a professional footballer.
Osimhen who is now a crucial player in the Serie A club, Napoli, vegan his career playing for an academy club based in Lagos Nigeria before joining the Vfl Wolfsburg in 2017. Before joining Napoli, Osimhen had a successful spell at Lille scoring a brace on his debut in a 2-1 win against Nantes and 13 goals in 25 League 1 matches. He has so far made 31 appearances and scored 15 goals. Osimhen is currently earns 96, 000 pounds weekly, has a net worth of up to 2.31 US dollars.
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