Victor Osimhen to face consequences of his action insists Napoli boss Gatusso


 Victor Osimhen could be fined by Napoli for breaching COVID-19 rules

 The Super Eagles was spotted partying and spraying money in a video clip

 Gennaro Gattuso says the youngster will be made to stew in his own juice

Nigerian winger Victor Osimhen will be punished for breaking the deadly coronavirus guidelines while on holidays in his home country.

Napoli boss Gennaro Gattuso made the comments after a video clip of Africa’s most expensive star spraying musician money surfaced on the internet.

The 22-year-old has been out of action since early November after picking up a shoulder injury while on international duty for the Super Eagles.

Gattuso admitted that he takes part of the blame for the youngster’s action after giving the go-ahead to return home to his family. He told football Italia and reported by CompleteSport.

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“There have been reports that the striker will be fined by the club and the gaffer did not rule that out.

“When I made a mistake, Marcello Lippi used to say he’d let me stew in my own juices for a while, to recognise what I’d done. That’s what Osimhen has to do now.

“He has already apologised, he’s a lad who gives his all when working. He made a silly mistake, he knows that.

“I am a coach, I don’t decide fines, especially as I was the one who gave the all-clear for him to return to Nigeria and so both of us were left embarrassed by what happened.”

Osimhen has scored twice and assisted one other goal in six Italian League games since he joined them in a mega-deal last summer.

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