- Henry Onyekuru became a father of two after his wife welcomed their baby girl in January
- The Super Eagles forward has celebrated the child who is now six-months-old
- He currently plays as a winger for Galatasaray, on loan from AS Monaco
Henry Onyekuru celebrated his adorable daughter as he shared a heartwarming message on his personal social media accounts as she is now six-months-old.
The Galatasaray of Turkey striker became father of two after he and his wife welcomed their baby girl late in January.
The Super Eagles winger recently re-joined Turkish League giants Galatasaray on a short-term loan deal from AS Monaco until the end of the season.
“It’s been 6 amazing months of kissing your pretty face and feet, you brought another side of fatherhood to me my little angel, I pray you grow to become great and make daddy and mummy proud, happy six months baby. I love you,” he captioned a picture of his wife carrying the baby.
Upon the birth of the adorable child, Onyekuru shared a post on his official Instagram status with the caption: "My princess is here." He added: "I love you".
The 23-year-old former Premier League star is currently on short term loan with Turkish League side Galatasaray.
Onyekuru was sent to the Yellow-Reds for the second time this January after penning a five-year deal with Ligue 1 side AS Monaco from Premier League outfit Everton.
He has since then scored one goal and assisted two others in ten topflight appearances for the Super Lig side.
Although no internal features of the building were revealed by the attacker, the exterior has more than on paint which beautifies the edifice.
Also, three exquisite cars were parked outside of the gate of the house - with a black Mercedes G-Wagon and a white Range Rover Sport topping the list.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Greek Super League giants Olympiacos are reportedly preparing for the signing of Super Eagles winger the youngster who currently plays for Galatasaray on loan from AS Monaco.
Last summer, Onyekuru joined French giants Monaco from Premier League side Everton, but he failed to earn regular playing time before the club loaned him out.
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