Super Eagles’ and Galatasaray of Turkey forward, Henry Onyekuru has debunked rumours making the rounds that he has agreed to stay in Turkey beyond the expiration of his loan deal from Everton, reports.
The 21-year-old said he remains very much determined to finish the season well with the Turkish giants and remains positive of a favourable summer with parent club Everton.
A close source to the player told authoritatively that the player is happy in Turkey and will only wait till the summer before making a decision on his future.
“Nothing concrete has been decided and I can tell u authoritatively that those news are just fake news. Galatasaray are trying to buy him from Everton but no talk till the end of the season because he has other offers from European teams.
“I have no doubt about his future with Everton because they are happy with his performance and want to bring him back to England,,they are just waiting on the work permit to give him final clearance to play in the League,” the source disclosed.
The Nigerian has been subjected to series of bids from Top European clubs in recent months but remains committed to helping Galatasaray finish the season on a high as they continue their quest to retain the league title they won last season.
Onyekuru has scored 9 league goals so far, making him the club’s highest goal scorer this season and the third in the league, behind new teammate Mbaye Diagne and Trabzonspor Hugo Rodellega.