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Genk Keen To Re-Sign Onuachu From Southampton

Genk Keen To Re-Sign Onuachu From Southampton

Belgian Pro League outfit, KRC Genk are interested in re-signing Paul Onuachu from Sky Bet Championship club, Southampton.

Onuachu joined Southampton from Genk in January but failed to make impact at the club.

The Nigerian international failed to register a goal in 11 league appearances for the Saints.

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According to reports in Belgium, Genk have indicated interest in bringing back the striker.

The 29-year-old scored 79 goals in 114 league appearances for the Smurfs.

Bundesliga club, Borussia Monchengladbach and Turkish Super Lig outfit, Trabzonspor have also been linked with Onuachu.

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  • This guy must have the dumbest player advisors in the history of Nigerian football, I mean who moves to a relegation threatened team who is rock bottom in tough league like EPL?…. moreover when Villa and West Ham was also after him what made him Choose Southampton mind boggling. and now he is moving back to Genk when he had a chance to better his career na wa oo!

    • I feel you brother…..If he goes back to Genk, they will treat him like trash….At the same time, he shouldn’t stay in England. English brand of football is not for him….

  • Hubert 12 months ago

    No blame am e never see such salary before.

  • I hear that Gift Orban is being chased by Galatasaray if he moves to Turkey, then it is official Nigerian Players have no ambition when it comes to their career’s PERIOD!..

    Nicolas Jackson of Senegal has 1 good season with Villareal then boom he is at Chelsea, England but, our Own people (ONUACHU and ORBAN) will have a good season and Move to relegation team or Orban instead he will go and Bad mouth a Top team that wanted to sign him, a whole Arsenal and burn his bridges. Only to end up now with Move to Turkey on the cards in the end. CHAI GOD Wettin do Naija dis kind thing BIKONU!!!

    I am certain this way football is going against us is karma of all the dirty dealings going on in that Football Association of Nigeria. We dey here dey look wella. In all honesty if time is not taken like I said before the Self Proclaim Giant of Africa will soon be Ant of Africa. If you all don’t believe me go and mark it somewhere!.

    • @Ugo, the problem is most of our players are not smart and the agents they have are only interested in making money for themselves and they do not care about the players. Thats why most of our players end up the way they are. To even make the matter worst, there close advisers are more or less leeches who want there to feed on them.
      I feel sorry for them.

  • The top 5 leagues, European competition and FIFA competitions have really exposed the technical and mental capability of some players. Perhaps we now know the difference between top performers and overhyped players.
    Top performers Osimhwn,Awoniyi,Moffi, Orban,Boniface, Iwobi,Lookman,Chuczy, Ebuehi, Akpo, Onyedika, Alhassan.

    Inconsistent: Simon, Bassey, Aina, Samuel, Nacho,Onyeka, Aribo, Dessers and Okereke.

    Flops:Onuachu, Ndidi, Ekong, Kalu, and Dennis.

    Upcoming Eagles: Frederick, Daga, Ogwuche, Nnadi, Sarki,, Eletu, Tella, Dele-Bashiru, Osho, Onyemarachi, and Marcus.

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