Napoli fans who stole turf from historic Serie A winning match now selling it on eBay for a staggering price | The Sun

A CHUNK of turf from Napoli's historic Serie A triumph is being sold on eBay for a staggering price.

Luciano Spalletti's side secured a first Scudetto in 33 years with a 1-1 draw at Udinese on Thursday.

The title triumph sparked wild scenes, with many travelling Napoli fans running on to the pitch following the full-time whistle.

Some were even seen digging up mounds of turf on the night to keep as a souvenir.

But now, as reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, a chunk of the pitch is being sold on eBay.

And the seller has listed it for sale at a whopping 700 euros (£620), with a starting price of 100 euros (£89).


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They have even listed the condition as "new" in the description.

Reported Manchester United target Victor Osimhen netted the equalising goal against Udinese that sealed a first Serie A title since 1990.

The goal sparked wild celebrations in the city of Naples, with fans packing the streets and letting off fireworks to mark a first title in three decades.

Not since the days of Diego Maradona have the Italian side won the title.

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Speaking after the triumph Osimhen's agent, Roberto Calenda, was asked about the striker's future.

Osimhen has netted an incredible 27 goals in 34 games for Napoli this season, helping fire Spalletti's side to the title.

His form has led to speculation on his future, with the likes of United, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain said to be interested in his signature.

But Calenda played down links, and told Sky Italia, via GetFootballNewsItaly: "Right now it’s not the time to talk about the transfer market, it’s right to enjoy this victory."

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