- Henry Onyekuru of Super Eagles has completed a five-year move to Monaco
- The Nigerian winger joined the French giants from Premier League side Everton
- Last season, Onyekuru played for Turkish club Galatasaray before he left them
Super Eagles forward Henry Onyekuru has completed a permanent move from Premier League giants Everton to French side Monaco on Monday, August 12.
The two clubs have announced the deal on their website as the 22-year-old finally ended speculation surrounding his future.
Onyekuru has been on the radar of several clubs following the inability of Everton to secure a work permit and the Nigerian joined compatriot Victor Osimhen in the Ligue 1.
He caught the eye of many last season whilst on loan at Turkish giants Galatasaray after netting 18 times in all competitions to help them to a domestic double.
Meanwhile, Henry Onyekuru was among the Super Eagles stars who won bronze medal at the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt beating Tunisia in the third place match.
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles striker Henry Onyekuru finally wedded his long term girlfriend Esty in a big ceremony held in Benin City on Saturday, July 27.
Onyekuru was among the Super Eagles players who won bronze medal at the just concluded 2019 African Cup of Nations championship in Egypt.
Interestingly, Onyekuru, who has left Turkish champions Galatasaray has been dating his partner Esty for several years and are blessed with one-year-old son.
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