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Galatasaray Interested In Ejuke

Galatasaray Interested In Ejuke

Turkish Super Lig champions Galatasaray will make a move for Nigeria winger Chidera Ejuke this summer, reports Completesports.com.

Galatasaray are looking for a new winger after failing to secure the permanent signing of Henry Onyekuru from Ligue 1 club Monaco.


Head coach of the side, Fathi Terim accordimg to reports in Turkey , is a long-time admirer of the pacy winger and is keen to prize him away from Dutch Eredivisie club SC Heerenveen in the upcoming transfer window

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Heerenveen rejected a €7m offer from an unnamed Chinese club for Ejuke in May.

He linked up with Heerenveen from Valerenga of Norway for €2m last summer.

The 22-year-old scored nine goals and provided four assists in 25 league appearances for Heerenveen last season.

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  • presh 2 years ago

    Who are his advisers, who are his management, this kid will improve if he goes to a very good European club, even Belgium, instead at his very tender age you sending him to Turkey what is that,…. My friend if you want to be like the Ronaldos, Messis, behave look for a good European club, you started in Norway to Holland, you should be thinking of Spain, etc.

  • Gala will be a good move for him.
    from Belgium,osimhen went to france b4 been recognised globally and from a small club in Holland to a big european league may be a risk.
    let him spend an excellent yr in Turkey and you will see big clubs running after him with big cash.
    and mind you the Turkish league is considered biger and more competitive than the Belgium league.
    good luck to him.

  • Jones 2 years ago

    Don’t go to Turkey

  • Osagie 2 years ago

    The Netherlands, Turkey, Belgium, Greece, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe are the place where Africans (especially Nigerians) thrive the most.