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Henry Onyekuru
« on: May 01, 2017, 09:25:46 AM »
Link on the BBC site gossip from the Sun.

Belgian, 19, left winger, very right footed. From video, looks raw and like he's got afterburners, scored 5 goals in April.


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Everton jump queue for Nigerian starlet Henry Onyekuru… and plan to beat rivals to £7million signature

Left winger is the talk of Belgium where he is in top form for KAS Eupen and already attracting offers from European giants
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By Alan Nixon
30th April 2017, 11:52 am
Updated: 30th April 2017, 11:53 am

EVERTON are jumping the queue for promising Nigerian Henry Onyekuru — and plan to beat their rivals to his £7million signature.

The left winger, 19, is the talk of Belgium where he is in top form for KAS Eupen and already attracting offers from Celtic, Southampton and Sevilla.

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However Everton have now been over the North Sea to try to close a move for Onyekuru who could fill in for long-term crock Yannick Bolasie.

Onyekuru is scoring a goal nearly every two games — despite playing wide. And he would fit right into Ronald Koeman’s plans as the Dutch boss likes exciting emerging players.

The Toffees would have to pay a large fee and wages to get Onyekuru into the country. As he has not been capped by Nigeria’s full national side, he would need a work permit.

Celtic thought they had an advantage in the race because the rules for admission in Scotland are slacker than in England.
The Toffees would have to pay a large fee and wages to get Onyekuru into the country with the likes of Sevilla also keen

Toffees would have to pay a large fee and wages to get Onyekuru into the country with the likes of Sevilla also keen

But if Everton pay the right fee and salary they have a great chance of getting the player through the appeals.

Meanwhile, Preston are in talks with Everton about a full-time deal for Aiden McGeady. The Republic of Ireland star, 31, has been superb on loan in the Championship.

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