Galatasaray of Turkey striker, Henry Onyekuru is inching closer to a €40m exit from Everton, as the English Premier League club have confirmed they are ready to sell him for that amount in the summer.
After failing to get a UK work permit for the former KAS Eupen and RSC Anderlecht of Belgium attacker, The Toffees want to cut their losses on Onyekuru, and footballlive.ng learnt a deal is now in the offing.
However, a huge dilemma still starring Goodison Park officials in the eye is which club they will eventually sell Onyekuru to, as Bayern Munich of Germany and Paris-Saint Germaine of France are both said to be keen on buying the lad.
Onyekuru has returned to top form on loan at Galatasaray from Everton, which has further shored up his market value, such that The Toffees’ €40 asking price on his contract might not be far fetched.
PSG are the latest giant to express interest Onyekuru, who Everton bought from Eupen in 20017, but his form with Galatasaray has also caught the eye of Bayern in recent weeks.
Everton’s sports chief, Marcel Brands earlier informed Bayern that they can have for Onyekuru €40m, but PSG is also in contact with the former club of Daniel Amokachi, Joseph Yobo and Victor Ancihebe for the star.