Onyekuru issued UK visa for transfer talks

By Daily Sports on June 24, 2017

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Nigeria international Henry Onyekuru has been issued a visa to the United Kingdom which should pave the way for the striker to travel to England in the coming days to thrash out a deal with interested clubs.

Onyekuru, who celebrated his 20th birthday on June 5, has become a big fish in a small pond at Eupen after finishing the 2016-17 campaign with 24 goals in all competitions, which has put many clubs on alert.

“Henry has been in Paris, he is there with his agents,” a source close to Onyekuru told scorenigeria.com.ng.

“He has been granted his visa to UK and he is now studying all the offers and possibilities with his handlers.

“His first choice is a Premier League club.”

Arsenal, West Ham, Swansea City, Newcastle United and Swansea have been credited with an interest in Onyekuru.

*Photo shows Henry Onyekuru.

Source Daily Sports

Posted June 24, 2017

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