PSG and Bayern consider bid for in-form Super Eagles forward Henry Onyekuru

PSG and Bayern consider bid for in-form Super Eagles forward Henry Onyekuru

- Henry Onyekuru is on the wish-list of PSG and Bayern Munich in the forthcoming January transfer window

- The 21-year-old future at Everton is still unclear after failing to secure a work-permit from the British Home Office

- Everton's new director Marcel Brands is yet to take a decision to keep or sell Onyekuru currently on loan at Galatasary

Super Eagles forward Henry Onyekuru is on the radar of French champions PSG and Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich, who are considering a bid in the forthcoming winter transfer window.

According to The Mirror report, the pair are just few of Europe’s top clubs that are awaiting for Everton’s director of football, Marcel Brands to make a final decision concerning the future of the in-form Toffees forward, who currently, plays on loan at Turkish top side Galatasary.

The 21-year-old Nigerian international, whose future at Everton is still unclear, after failing to secure a work-permit to qualify to play for Everton.

PSG and Bayern consider bid for in-form Super Eagles forward Henry Onyekuru

PSG and Bayern consider bid for in-form Super Eagles forward Henry Onyekuru
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However, that has not stopped French Ligue 1 giants, Marseille from joining the likes of PSG and Bayern Munich in making enquiries for the versatile forward, who netted 10 times in 28 match while on loan at Anderlecht last season.

In the current campaign, Onyekuru, has turned out decent performances for Galatasary scoring two goals in 10 matches so far.

Interestingly, Everton appear loaded with a number of wide players that include Theo Walcott, Ademola Lookman and Richarlison - who in recent time had to switch to striking role for the Toffees.

However, Brands now has to make a final decision to cash in on the Eagles forward, who joined Everton in a £7m switch from Belgian side Eupen last year, or wait and hope that Onyekuru’s work permit issues will be sorted out in the coming days.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Onyekuru is among Super Eagles stars that have played for Nigeria since Gernot Rohr became Super Eagles coach in August 2016.

The German tactician qualified the nation to the Russia 2018 World Cup and so far the Nigerian team has scored 32 goals, won 11 matches, lost six and drawn five.

The former Burkina Faso technical adviser has now been tasked to restore Nigeria's pride by qualifying the team for the AFCON 2019 in Cameroon.

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