One of Super Eagles’ itinerant player, Henry Onyekuru is in the news again as January transfer window heats up.
Feelers from Istanbul revealed that Galatasaray chieftains’ plan to sign up the petit striker could go up in flames in the coming days after talks with Monaco deadlocked in the early hours of Monday.
Fanatik reported on Monday that Monaco asking for a transfer fee of €5m, which the Turkish giant are not prepared to pay given the huge financial loss club suffered by the club last season as a result Covid-19 outbreak.
Gala chieftain, Mustafa Cengiz is expected to discuss the latest development with coach Fatih Terim and a decision will be reached in coming days.
Onyekuru was instrumental to Galatassaray’s successful campaign in 2018-2019 season winning the league and Turkish Cup with the red and yellow side and he was one of coach Fatih Terim beloved son.
With the former Everton striker out of favour at The Principles after coach Niko Kovac declared in clear terms that the Nigerian won’t b consider for a place in the team, Gala seems to be an ideal destination for the 23 years-old striker.
The former Everton player featured just four times this season, with his last appearance back in September 2020 and he is no longer considered an integral part of The Monégasques.