FC Midtjylland Demand N4.76B For Racing Genk Target OnuachuPublished: July 30, 2019
FC Midtjylland are playing hardball over the sale of their striker Paul Onuachu to Belgian champions Racing Genk.
According to Het Laatste Nieuws, FC Midtjylland have demanded a 12 million euros (approximately N4.76 billion in Nigerian currency) transfer fee for the deal to go through.
Onuachu has seen his stock rise after he was selected in the Nigeria squad to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, and featured in three matches during the tournament in Egypt.
The 25-year-old's current contract with the Wolves is due to expire in the summer of 2021.
Racing Genk are in the market for a striker with uncertainty surrounding the future of Tanzania star Mbwana Samatta, hence they are hoping to wrap up a deal for Onuachu.
The Super Eagle transferred to Midtjylland in 2012 and he has since played 181 matches for the Superliga club, scoring 74 goals.
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