Onyekuru Returns to Turkey and it Could be Permanent


Henry Onyekuru has taken his services back to Turkey but this time with Adana Demirspor ahead of the new season and could make the move permanent.

Onyekuru’s move was confirmed on Sunday, from Olympiacos to the Turkish Super Lig outfit.


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The Winger previously had three loan spells at Galatasaray, who couldn’t reach an agreement for the player on a permanent deal from AS Monaco.
Subsequently, Monaco sold the Nigerian off to Olympiacos last season for €4.5 million, although they had bought him for €13.5 million from Everton in 2019.
However, Onyekuru’s current move will be to revive his career after an underwhelming period in Greece, where he managed only 14 league appearances.
Meanwhile, Adana Demirspor finished in 9th position last season and have resumed pre-season, kicking off with a friendly against Gaziantep on Friday.
Onyekuru will join the rest of the squad immediately as Vincenzo Montella’s men prepare for their next tune up game against Qatari side, Umm Salal on Tuesday.


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