Napoli forward, Victor Osimhen, issued an apology to manager Rudi Garcia for his emotional reaction after being substituted during their goalless draw with Bologna over the weekend.
Osimhen failed to convert a penalty in the second half before being replaced. As he exited the field, he gestured with two fingers towards Garcia, implying that more than one striker should be on the pitch, especially given the team’s need for a goal.
Renowned transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has confirmed Osimhen’s apology.
Romano tweeted: “Victor Osimhen has apologised today to manager Garcia and Napoli teammates after showing disappointment when subbed off yesterday.
“Osimhen said in dressing room speech that he was overreacting as he always wants to win.
“Napoli also confirm confidence in Rudi Garcia but positive results are needed.”