RSC Anderlecht of Belgium attacker, Henry Onyekuru will have to settle for a loan extension with the club he joined on loan from Everton of England, as he has been told there is no place for him at Goodison Park.
Onyekuru had been hoping on a permanent move to Everton this summer, after an injury-riddled season with Anderlecht, but The Toffees are in disagreement with the team over the next step in his career.
Onyekuru joined Everton in the summer of 2017 from modest side, KAS Eupen on the strength of his 24 goals haul in his first season in the top flight of the Belgium league, but work permit issues made Everton loan him to Anderlecht.
After a slow start to life at the club he burst to his real potential with goals and assists before his rise was cut short by an injury which has kept him out for over three months despite the fact that he escaped going under the knife for surgery.
Now back to full fitness but yet to play in a competitive game, Everton and Anderlecht have reportedly agreed to extend his loan for another year but the player is not keen on agreeing to the decision.
However, Onyekuru wants to leave his options open until after the World Cup, while there are insinuations that he also want to wait till the end of the season to see if Anderlecht will qualify for Europe before agreeing to the extension.