Juventus Keeping Tabs On N10.4 Billion-Rated Super Eagles StrikerPublished: October 06, 2017
Italian super club Juventus are keeping tabs on Nigeria international Henry Onyekuru, as per reports.
According to Turin-based sports daily Tuttosport Juventus' new transfer strategy is to sign the outstanding young talents in European Leagues which made them to beam their searchlight on the Everton loanee.
Onyekuru cost Everton eight million euros when he joined the Premier League club from Eupen in the summer transfer window, but has seen his transfer fee triple on the back of his fine performances for R.S.C. Anderlecht.
Clubs interested in the signature of the prolific striker will have to cough up in the region of 25 millions (approximately N10.4 billion).
Juventus have instructed their scouts to keep monitoring the Nigerian and will make a bid for his services if they get favorable reports.
In 12 outings across all competitions so far this season, including the Champions League, Onyekuru has scored five goals.
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