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Osimhen’s secret fitness diet

Have you ever questioned why Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen is always so vivacious, confident, and fresh during games?

So now you know, thanks to Corriere del Mezzogiorno’s recent disclosure of the Nigerian international’s fitness secret.

The 24-year-old has transformed into one of the most productive strikers in Europe and has completely transformed Italian football. He has helped Napoli push for the Scudetto and has carried them through many challenges this season.


The 24-year-old has had an outstanding campaign at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium, tallying 25 goals in 29 appearances across all competitions to support Luciano Spalletti’s team as they sit 21 points ahead in the Serie A standings and advance to the Champions League quarterfinals.

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In order for the Partenopei to win their first Scudetto since 1990, they must only score 15 more points.

The Nigerian meticulously adheres to a diet, claims the Italian media outlet, in order to always remain in shape and at the appropriate weight.

In this fortunate year for him and Napoli, Victor Osimhen never ceases to astound everyone. The Nigerian forward’s diet is another one of his trade secrets. The foundational ingredients of Victor Osimhen’s table, which nods to Nigerian culinary tradition, include rice and potatoes, beans, as well as semolina with meat.

The champion’s preferred dining establishment is the Sharon in Torino, the capital of Naples. The restaurant is run by Nigerian Erbor Patience, who has lived in Naples for 13 years. It is the best place to learn about Osimhen’s conduct through food, particularly yellow or red rice seasoned with egusi, a fish and vegetable-based sauce, according to reports.


Top English Premier League clubs, including Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, and Arsenal, are all interested in signing the Nigerian striker as a result of Osimhen’s outstanding performance this season.

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