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Visa Issues Delay Onyekuru’s Permanent Transfer To Monaco

Visa Issues Delay Onyekuru’s  Permanent Transfer To Monaco

Nigerian forward Henry Onyekuru move to AS Monaco from Everton is being delayed owing to visa problems, reports Completesports.com.

Everton and Monaco according to a report in RMC, have reached an agreement worth €13m for the ex-Galatasaray loanee’s transfer.


Onyekuru has also agreed a 5-year contract with the Principality side.

AS Monaco are waiting to receive the player’s visa in order to conclude the deal, but it still has yet to arrive.

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Onyekuru scored 14 goals in 31 league appearances for Galatasaray last season and won the League as well as Turkish Cup title with the club.

The 22-year-old joined Everton for £7 million from KAS Eupen in June 2017, and was immediately sent on loan to Anderlecht for the 2017/2018 campaign.

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  • ninajay 2 years ago


  • One website says “he doesn’t want to join Monaco”

    Another says “Henry’s wage demands threaten to derail the move”

    Now CSN saying “it’s visa issues”

    Siddon look na him we dey, until something happens

  • @BigD..I tot i was the only one that read them o…I tire for naija press men

  • What is wrong with this young man last time work permit now visa problem,i think his manager is not good,he better change the manager,

  • Let’s hope for the best for this youngster who has demonstrated uncommon talents for his age with his consistent goal scoring ability in front of goal over the last couple of seasons from his days at Eupen. It would certainly be great to see him secure a permanent contract at Monaco where Eagles’ youngsters like Samuel Kalu and Victor Osimhen ply their trade.