Nigerian attacker Onyekuru already has his next destination in turkey with Galatasaray, where he used to be one of the major contenders for a starting shirt in the past.
The AS Monaco forward, who’s currently out of the good books of the manager Niko Kovac, was told to look for another club after his return from Galatasaray on loan last season.
In our earlier report, Onyekuru was a wanted man in Belgium, with over four clubs including Anderlecht, KAS Eupen, Standard Liege and Royal Antwerp already vying to get his signature.
However, the next destination appears to be fixed. He will most likely join Galatasaray before January comes to an end.
He desires is on a return to a familiar territory where the manager wants him in the team.
As per Walfoot, the Turkish club remains his next bus top, where he will be on loan initially for a few months with an option to buy at the end.
For Monaco, the huge sums they spent on him could come down to as low as 5 million euros as transfer fee.
An unstable career despite brilliant
The 23-year old started brilliantly with KAS Eupen, scoring 28 times in over 57 appearances for the Belgian club.
But moving to Everton, he could not get a single game for the Merseyside blue and he was loan back to Belgium, where he joined record champions of the Belgian first division RSC Anderlecht.
Returning from his successful loan spell, he was sent to Galatasaray, where he helped the club to their record 22nd Turkish league title, scoring 14 goals in 31 appearances.
Upon his return to the Merseyside club, he was eventually sold to Monaco after failed attempts to secure work permit as part of requirements to play for the Premier League club.
At the Principality club, he was loaned again to Galatasaray. This forms part of his unstable career despite a promising future.
If he joins Gala, is expected to help the club through the domestic and continental engagements. Last season they finished 6th and lots of improvements need to be done.