Former Inter Milan striker Mario Balotelli and Napoli’s exciting forward Victor Osimhen have showcased their strong bond once again, Soccernet.ng reports.
Seizing the opportunity of a two-day break granted by coach Luciano Spalletti after their match against Monza, Napoli’s Osimhen met up with Sion’s Balotelli, capturing the moment with a photo shared on social media along with the words “Brother crack.”
Balotelli, one of the first superstars to celebrate with Osimhen after the Nigerian international scored the goal that secured Napoli’s third Scudetto and their first in 33 years, continues to support and nurture their friendship.
The camaraderie between the two talented strikers appears to grow stronger each day.
Balotelli boasts an impressive career with notable achievements, having won multiple titles with Inter Milan, including three Serie A titles, one Coppa Italia, one Supercoppa Italiana, and the UEFA Champions League in the 2009-2010 season. He later enjoyed success with Manchester City, winning the Premier League and FA Cup.
Currently, Balotelli plies his trade as a striker for Swiss Super League club Sion, while Osimhen continues to shine on the field as a key player for Napoli.
Osimhen, in the past few days, has become the most prolific African in Serie A’s history, after overtaking AC Milan legend George Weah.