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Olympiacos Prepare Bid For Onyekuru

Olympiacos Prepare Bid For Onyekuru

Nigeria winger Henry Onyekuru, is attracting the interest of Greek Super League giants, Olympiakos, reports Completesports.com.

Onyekuru, 22, is currently on loan at Turkish Super Lig champions Galatasaray from French club Monaco.

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The former Anderlecht star joined Monaco on a permanent transfer from Premier League outfit Everton last summer, but failed to earn a regular playing berth at the club.

Onyekuru rejoined Galatasaray on loan in January and has scored one goal and recorded three assists in 13 appearances for the club.

According to Turkish newspaper, Milliyet via Fosoline Greece, Olympiakos want to add the Super Eagles winger to their squad in the summer, and they have started negotiations with his parent club, Monaco.

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  • Ekpe 1 year ago

    Pls don’t go

  • Nnamdi 1 year ago

    Good for the lad bt ensure that if u eventually made that move to d greek club u equally need to stay there for the next 3 to 4yrs jumpin frm one club to the other is nt good for ur development u need to b consistent focused know wht u realy wnt look at neymar that is d problem he is havin at d moment callous life style pride inconsistence indecision nd so on remember d sup eagles is becomin competitive many good lads re comin up d new setup no guarantee for u now u need to work hard to push urself to the team if not ur time n d super eagles is numbered

    • greenturf 1 year ago

      I do not think Neymar is going through difficult times because he moved club.From all indications,Neymar has played in the colours of just two European clubs since he left his home country to seek greener pastures.
      Apparently,he has had a few injuries and long term ones that kept him away for so long,though there has been rumours of Barcelona wanting him back and also a conflict of interest from rivals real Madrid.
      Meanwhile,Onyekuru’s stocks has falling since his below par performances at Monaco where many expected a career rise for the pacy winger,unfortunately he fell out of favour with the gaffer and the rest is history,a sad situation for a player with so much potentials.
      I doubt Galatasaray will make his loan spell permanent because his goals return is way below his standards and the pandemic came too soon in his second spell at the Turkish champion.
      A move to Olympiakos is not too bad after all that matters is how he responds to the sudden drop in performances.All he needs is one great season and a host of top European clubs will be on his trails once again.

  • Footballfanatic 1 year ago

    This guy is not as hungry as he was when he was playing for moderate Eupen….