Victor Osimhen ejected from Napoli open training by Coach
Record Napoli signing Victor Osimhen was sent away from the training pitch by manager Luciano Spalletti in a savage moment during an open practice session.
The Serie A outfit have been working hard in Castel di Sangro, in the Abruzzo region of Italy, as part of their pre-season preparations. On one day of their training camp, the club held a session that was open to the public.
However, there was one controversial moment when Osimhen - who arrived at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium from French club Lille in 2020 - was given his marching orders.
The Nigeria international was reportedly annoyed with the decision not to award him a free-kick after a foul from new signing Leo Ostigard.
The 23-year-old was visibly frustrated and began to vent his anger. His teammate Andre Zambo Anguissa, formerly of Fulham, did his best to calm him down, as
Despite this, Osimhen was still incensed, which proved to be the final straw for manager Spalletti - who had clearly had enough of his behaviour.
The striker did follow his manager's orders, but continued to moan as he walked off the pitch and back down to the changing room facilities.
After the training session had finished, Napoli players signed autographs and posed for pictures with fans. Amongst the organised chaos, Spalletti somehow ending up wearing a Pornhub hat.
Napoli continue their pre-season preparations as they face off against Turkish side Adana Demirspor, before clashing with Spanish opposition in RCD Mallorca, Girona and Espanyol.