English premier league side Everton is considering selling Super Eagles winger Henry Onyekuru this summer after failing to secure a work permit to play in England ahead of next season.
The 2019 African Cup Nations bronze medalist joined Everton after a good season with Belgian side Eupen back in 2017.
The player was previously loaned to Belgian giants Anderlecht, following his failure to secure a work permit in England.
Now, Turkish reports suggest Everton may be considering selling the player. Fotomac reports that Everton has decided to sell the player.
Onyekuru had a successful season with Galatasary last season, where he scored 16 goals in all competition and helped the Club to historic double.
Galatasary is said to be interested in signing the forward on a permanent deal and Everton is reportedly ready to listen to offer for the forward, in order to raise funds for the signing of Moise Keane who’s on the verge of joining the Merseyside club from Italian champions Juventus.
It has been reported that Everton will allow the Nigerian forward to leave for a fee in the region of €15m and are unlikely to entertain a loan proposal.
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