Galatasaray are planning to sell Garry Rodrigues to fund a move for Everton loanee Henry Onyekuru in the summer according to a report on Turkish daily, Takvim.
The youngster is currently on loan with the Istanbul club due to work permit issues in England.
Onyekuru has impressed since joining Galatasaray scoring six goals for the Super Lig club in 20 appearances across all competitions and the Turkish newspaper, Takvim reports that the Fatih Terim’s side are looking at ways to sign him permanently.
According to Takvim, ‘English clubs’ are showing an interest to sign Garry Rodrigues without giving a specific name, which could mean revenue to sign the Everton loanee.
Rodrigues has been linked with moves to Crystal Palace and Newcastle United in recent weeks and Takvim report the Turkish giants are looking to sell him.
It’s reported Terim prefers Onyekuru to the Cape Verde international and the Turkish boss believes the Nigerian is more suited to his style of play.
Onyekuru has made 20 appearances for Galatasaray all competitions this season, scoring 6 goals for the Super Lig club.
Everton are likely to value the player more than anything that Gala would be comfortable offering, and the 21 year old has made it clear on several occasions that he wants to play in the Premier League.
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