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Onyekuru To Leave Monaco On Loan In January

Onyekuru To Leave Monaco On Loan In January

Nigeria winger Henry Onyekuru is set to leave Ligue 1 outfit Monaco in January with Turkish and German clubs interested in his signing him on loan, Completesports.com reports.

Onyekuru has struggled for regular playing time at Monaco this season.

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The 23-year-old has made four league appearances for the club and has failed the matchday squad for the last two games.

According to AOIFootball.com, clubs in Turkey and German are interested in his services.

Onyekuru spent the second half of the last season on loan at Turkish club Galatasaray.

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  • Elijah samson 7 months ago

    When I told you guys that this guy is not good enough for SE some of you thought I don’t like him. I hope I have been justified now?

  • Just like oga Rohr, i think this monaco coach knows his starting XI too….

    • Dr Drey 7 months ago

      Hahahahaha…[email protected] time always reveals the truth in the end….Lolz

      • Lol! HAHAHAHAHHA!!! at 23 I think he has enough time on his hands to come Good. Unlike your old bag of tomatoes Ahmed Musa who is depreciating at his “football age” of 27

        • Dr Drey 7 months ago

          At 23, Ahmed Musa was not being kicked out of the 1st team in his clubs. At 23 Musa was a guaranteed starter for the SE
          At 23, Musa was already an African Champion.
          At 23 Musa had already banged in goals against Argentina in the HIGHEST STAGE AND LEVEL of football i.e. the world cup.
          If your x-factor onyekuru cannot make the bench of Monaco at his “football age” of 23, I wonder if he will still be a footballer when his “football age” hits 28 like Musa. LMAO.
          Let him continue coming good, He will arrive by the time he starts using walking stick. LMAO.
          “Rohr already knows his first XI”…..LMAO. What an excuse.
          The elders will say the lazy farmer always blames his tools. I guess all the 4 coaches he has played under at Monaco also know their 1st XIs….LMAO

  • Elijah samson 7 months ago

    @UBFE. The first coach sent him on loan. Before he came back the coach has been sacked. When he came back from loan, the new coach gave him playing time by starting him but he couldn’t hold on to that. Later he was starting from the bench yet nothing to show and now he hardly make the match day quad. Will you blame the coach for his inability to stack a claim in the starting xi now?

    • @Elijah Samson….

      Pls try and relate….

      That was the statement ONYEKURU made when Rohr invited him and he couldn’t break into Rohr’s starting XI….

      His advocates started using it as a song on CSN forum…..

      Any little thing they pop up with this statement…. “just as Onyekuru said; Rohr knows his starting XI”….

      So now i’m suspecting this monaco coach also “knows his starting XI”….

  • Elijah samson 7 months ago

    @DR GREY thanks for your summation God bless you. Nobody hates anybody but let us face fact.

    @UBFE rhor knows his starting xi but Sanusi benched Collins, Samuel chuk benched Samuel kalu and Moses Simon, Aribo stacked a starting Osimhen claim a starting belt. belt. Before the arrival of Osimhen, there was kelechi nacho, Paul Ono etc. Before the arrival of Aribo there were midfielders, before Samuel chuks came there were people playing that wing. Before Sanusi came we had someone playing 3. Please stop being sentimental in your accession. If rohr had his starting xi how come the above names mentioned broke into the starting xi? Please answer it. If Saka had played for nija he would have benched someone. If eze in Crystal palace comes today, he will bench someone.

    • Dr Drey 7 months ago

      @ Elijah. You dont get it. Onyekuru’s excuse for not being in the SE team was that “Rohr already knows his starting XI” thereby creatin an impression that Rohr employs favoritism and anybody else apart from Rohr’s favorites is just wasting their team if they get invited to the National team. What you just said now is exactly the same thing we told haters back then too.
      So the question is, If Rohr already knows his starting XI in the SE, is that the same reason why he isnt even making Monaco’s matchdays squads too…? Do all the 4 (or so) coaches who have come and gone his onyekuru moved to monaco also hated him and have their own starting XI too…? Just as I said earlier, time reveals a lot of things. So we can see now that that excuse was a pure fallacy. The 1st step in solving a problem is for you to 1st admit the true cause of the problem rather than buck passing. 1 coach can hate you as a player and not pay you. But 4-5 coaches cannot hate you for no just cause, it is you who has to check yourself.