Two European super clubs Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain, have joined the race to sign Super Eagles forward Henry Onyekuru, according to a report on Teamtalk.
Onyekuru took his tally to 11 this season for his side Galatasaray netting a brace in their 5-0 thrashing of Antalyaspor on Monday night. The Nigerian has been on loan at Galatasaray from Everton since the beginning of the season.
Napoli, Sevilla, Olympique Marseille and Monaco are teams also interested in the former Anderlecht star. According to the report, PSG is considering making a £20 million offer for Onyekuru.
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The 21-year-old joined Everton from Belgian club Eupen for £7million in 2017 and has been unable to obtain a work permit to play in the UK which saw him immediately loaned back to the Jupiler League with Anderlecht.
After bagging ten goals for Anderlecht last term, Onyekuru signed a one-year loan deal at Galatasaray last July with Goodison chiefs reportedly pocketing a £700,000 loan fee.
The Liverpool Echo reported last month that Everton was ‘increasingly confident’ of getting a permit for Onyekuru.
These mouth-watering offers could be tempting for Everton on the basis they could make a profit on the attacker despite him never playing for the club.
It would make sense though for Everton to first bring him in for pre-season and give manager Marco Silva a chance to access him, before making a decision over his future.