Turkish Super Lig champions Galatasaray are reportedly considering an offer of around €8m to €10m to sign Nigeria international Henry Onyekuru on a permanent deal from Monaco.
The French club are ready to sell the 23-year-old but only for the same amount that he was signed from Premier League club Everton, last summer.
According to Fanatik, board members at Gala consider Onyekuru an important player ahead of next season and are happy with his willingness to remain in Turkey barring any offer from any English club.
“Accordingly, it is aimed to keep the loan players in the team,” Fanatik wrote on its website.
“Following the coronavirus pandemic, with the decrease in testimonials in the world football market, Galatasaray front is considering connecting Onyekuru to its colours for a figure between €8-€10m.
“With the 23-year-old Nigerian star transferred from Everton for €15m at the beginning of the season, Monaco will break the bargain.
“Onyekuru wants to stay in Galatasaray as long as there is no offer from the English Premier League. This will be the most important trump card of Cim Bom in the transfer process, just like in the circuit.”
Onyekuru, who turned 23 on Friday, struggled for regular playing time at Monaco with the likes of Wissam Ben Yedder, Islam Slimani, and Gelson Martins ahead of him in the pecking order. He made only four appearances in the first half of the season before joining Galatasaray on loan.