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January 06, 2018, 09:00:50 PM
Reply #30


At least he'll have Bolasie to use as his inspiration at FF as he's young enough to heal and come back from it.

February 09, 2018, 02:06:24 AM
Reply #31


Just love this fella, can't wait to see him in an Everton shirt.  Won't buy one and jinx things like with Sandro, mind...

I wouldn't hold your breath. We have Bolasie who cost 30 million quid and Walcott who cost 20 million quid both with more experience.

May 17, 2018, 02:02:00 PM
Reply #32


Player arrives to house-hunt today, Everton on verge of deal, sounds very promising

Despite Everton reaching an agreement with Anderlecht for another Henry Onyekuru loan, the Nigerian doesn’t want to return to the Belgian club.

There have been various issues throughout Onyekuru’s time with Anderlecht and it seems there’s a mixture of blame, this is certainly not all about a young footballer being petulant.

Anderlecht had always wanted Onyekuru to have knee surgery before Christmas, and the situation at one stage looked a battle of wills, with the Belgian club’s stance seeming slightly strange given the player was only on loan.

Disagreeing with the Anderlecht decision, Onyekuru and Everton went for the non surgery option to give the player a better chance of being ready for the World Cup.

But there’s been disagreement over whether he’s been ready to play, and the situation has ended up costing the youngster his World Cup place.

Belgian newspaper HLN report on Thursday that Onyekuru is now close to signing for Borussia Monchengladbach, with Besiktas also being interested.

Expected in the city today, HLN say Onyekuru will even be house-hunting in Dusseldorf. Gladbach are prepared to meet the loan conditions of Everton, and this all looks good to go.

It's an upgrade on the Belgian league so it has to be good news for his progression.

May 17, 2018, 02:06:53 PM
Reply #33


I agree, although id still like to give the new manager the opportunity to assess before shipping him out for another year

He's still young though and we have Lookman coming back and Vlasic who didn't much of a look in last season. The last thing he needs at his stage of development is to sit on a bench. Now we have Brands he'll be thinking long term squad planning over short term gambles.

July 09, 2018, 05:31:27 PM
Reply #34


Galatasaray in talks with Onyekuru for a season long loan deal, their official account have tweeted that

Decent move. Getting experience of playing for a big club, with pressure and in front of decent crowds should help his development.