Roberto Calenda Agent To Victor Osimhen Rebuff Claims That They Have Parted Ways

Roberto Calenda, agent to Super Eagles and SSC Napoli forward Victor Osimhen, has rubbished claims he has parted ways with the Nigerian reports.

The Italian football executive rubbished speculations in some Italian media outlet, that he’s no longer in partnership with Victor Osimhen.

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Several reports in Italy, claimed that Osimhen fired his agent for reasons not made public, but can be assumed to be emanating from his continued stay at the Diego Maradona Stadium.

Reporter, Orazio Acoomando, was speculated to have released the now debunked claims some days ago.

Rubbishing the claims, Mr Calenda, said he had wanted to engage the publisher; but opted out after a fact finding he made.

According to Mr. Calenda, Orazio is fake news merchant, who always report untrue information about his client.

Victor Osimhen ends goal-drought against Udinese Calcio.
Victor Osimhen

Roberto Calenda opens up about parting ways with Victor Osimhen

“I was ‘concretely thinking’ of replying to this person,” Calenda said as quoted by Brila.

“But then I read that he has been writing fake news about Osimhen for months. Once upon a time there was a news.”

In a related story, Mr Calenda had threatened a legal action against Napoli following a now deleted TikTok video at Napoli’s official handle trolled Victor Osimhen.

According to the popular football agent, the video is a serious fact that is capable of causing serious damage go the player.

“What happened today on Napoli’s official profile on TikTok platform is not acceptable. A video mocking Victor was first made public and then, but now belatedly, deleted,” he said.

“A serious fact that causes very serious damage to the player and adds to the treatment that the boy is suffering in the last period between media trials and fake news.

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“We reserve the right to take legal action and any useful initiative to protect Victor.”

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