The Super Eagle’s agent claims that he has already landed in Istanbul and that the agreement between the two sides could be finalized soon.
According to his agent, Nigerian international Henry Onaikuro has arrived in Istanbul to seal the transfer of one of the Fenerbahce and Biscuits.
The player’s representative, William de Avila, said the AS Monaco forward was already in Istanbul after Gastasare had waited five weeks for him to sign a permanent contract.
According to de Ovila, both clubs are ready to pay the 4.3 million euros demanded by Monaco.
De Avila said in a statement اجانسپور Giving the latest news of the transfer of the player: “We are in Istanbul with this player and O’Neiro has been waiting for the news from Galatasaray for the last five weeks, but they did not contact us, but now Fenerbahce and Besiktas. Have entered the table. “
On January 29, Oni Kuro returned to Galatasaray from Monaco on a six-month loan to have the option to make it permanent, which had passed at the end of the season.
Thanks to his impressive performances for KAS Uppen, where he won the 2016-17 Belgium First Division A season as a joint top scorer with 22-17, Wenger was awarded a 7 million fee by Everton. Signed
However, he was sent to Underleacht for not getting a work permit, which made him realize his ambitions to play in the Premier League.
After completing spells in Belgium and Galatasaray – where he won the 2018-19 Turkish Super League title – he was permanently sold to Lego 1 giants Monaco.
He struggled to find his footing in St Louis II and was limited to four league games for Nico Kovac.
Onkuro played for Galatasaray on loan at three different intervals, and made 55 appearances in the Super League, scoring 20 goals and assisting 11 assists.
Galatasaray, who lost the Super League title on the final day of the season, is still reluctant to pay Monaco for the services of the Nigerian player and make the move permanent.
Meanwhile, Fenerbahce, who has long been a fan of Onyque, is reportedly looking to move forward in his attacking line to help En Enrique Valencia in the near future.