Everton Offer Onyekuru To Besiktas To Offset Debt Owed To Istanbul Club
Published: May 09, 2019
Everton Offer Onyekuru To Besiktas To Offset Debt Owed To Istanbul Club
According to various reports in the Turkish press, Premier League side Everton have proposed Henry Onyekuru to Besiktas and the Istanbul side are set to make a decision on the transfer in the coming days.

Turkish newspaper Aksam is reporting that the Toffees have offered Besiktas the Nigeria international instead of paying five million euros for the last installment of Cenk Tosun, who arrived Goodison Park from the Black Eagles in January 2018.

If the British club can reach an agreement with their Turkish counterparts, Onyekuru will end his association with Galatasaray at the end of the 2018-2019 campaign before he is loaned to Besiktas for two years.

Besiktas are hoping to conclude talks after the end of election for a new club president later this month.

Onyekuru is on the radar of several top clubs in Europe because he has not been issued a British work permit, and the likes of Bayern Munich, Valencia, Sevilla and Monaco have recently scouted him.

The 21-year-old has played 40 games for Galatasaray in all competitions, scoring 15 goals and setting up four others.

Ifeanyi Emmanuel

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