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PSG, Napoli Join Race To Sign Onyekuru

PSG, Napoli Join Race To Sign Onyekuru

French clubs, Paris Saint-Germain and Italian outfit, Napoli have joined the chase for versatile Nigeria forward, Henry Onyekuru, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.

Onyekuru who is on loan at Galatasary from English Premier League club, Everton is also believed to have attracted the interesta subject of interest of German champions, Bayern Munich.


The Bundesliga club see the pacy forward as a good replacement for their ageing former France international, Franck Ribery and are keen to sign him on a permanent deal at the end of the season.

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They now face serious contest in their bid to land the young forward with PSG and Napoli now desperate to secure Onyekuru ‘ s services, according to Fotospor.

Onyekuru joined Everton last season from Belgian club, KAS Eupen but spent the season on loan with another Belgian side, Anderlecht.

His season was cut short by the injury he picked up in a league match last December. The injury also put paid to his chances of fighting for a place in Nigeria’s squad to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Onyekuru has scored four goals in 11 league appearances this season for Galatasary.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Edoman of New Jersey, USA 3 years ago

    I have said it over and over again that our Henry could turn out to be one of the best and the greatest Nigerian players ever. I believe it. The potentials are so glaring and amazing for the whole wide World to see. Thanks to Coach Rohr for believing on this young Nigerian player as we do. Coach Rohr, Nigerians in America LOVES you. Keep it up. (forget about my previous criticisms during the World-Cup in Russia) We have since moved on.

  • He needs to be given a fair chance by Rohr. At the moment he is fighting for second spot on the left wing with Moses Simon (who the coach likes), behind Musa.

    He’s class and needs a good run on the left wing for us. In time our Attacking three will be Onyekuru, Osimhen and Chukwueze ahead of the number ten.