Tottenham Hotspur chief, Jose Mourinho, has ripped into Nigeria striker, Victor Osimhen, for dismissing a transition to the club since he would not like to rival Harry Kane for a spot, SportingLife reports.
Osimhen in the long run joined Napoli from Lille this mid year.
Yet, his operator, Ariyo Igbayiola, had conceded that he held talks with Mourinho before finishing the exchange to Serie A.
Igbayiola says he appraised Spurs that Osimhen will possibly join if Kane leaves the club.
Be that as it may, talking on the absence of attacking options in his squad, Mourinho said he won’t sign a striker who is hesitant to contend with Kane.
“The point is not me convincing the striker, it’s the striker convincing me.
“And if the striker is afraid to come to Tottenham and the striker is afraid of competition, then I don’t want the striker.
“If he says I don’t want to go because I don’t want to be in a squad where we have Harry Kane and Sonny, (Erik) Lamela, Lucas (Moura), I don’t want to go to that squad, then goodbye,” Mourinho said.