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Transfer Update: Torino Set to Rival Inter Milan for Super Eagles Goalkeeper Maduka Okoye

Torino FC is reportedly interested in acquiring Super Eagles goalkeeper Maduka Okoye, potentially setting up a transfer battle with Serie A champions Inter Milan.

According to reports from mondoudinese, Torino is bracing for the departure of their current goalkeeper, Vanja Milinkovic-Savic, who is expected to leave the club this summer. To fill this impending vacancy, Torino has identified Okoye as a prime candidate.

Maduka Okoye, 24, delivered standout performances for Udinese last season, playing a crucial role in helping the team maintain their Serie A status. The former Sparta Rotterdam goalkeeper made 21 league appearances and recorded five clean sheets during the season.

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With three years remaining on his contract, Okoye’s future has become a focal point for both Torino and Inter Milan, who have previously shown interest in the Nigerian international. Torino’s move to secure Okoye indicates their proactive approach in strengthening their squad ahead of the upcoming season.

As the summer transfer window progresses, the competition for Okoye’s signature is expected to intensify, with both Torino and Inter Milan keen on bolstering their goalkeeping options.