Published: Tue, August 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Michael Emenalo out, Henry Onyekuru in at AS Monaco

Michael Emenalo out, Henry Onyekuru in at AS Monaco

"AS Monaco are delighted to announce the signing of Henry Onyekuru from Everton".

Since becoming an Everton player, he has had loan spells with Anderlecht and last season, Galatasaray.

The Daily Mail report that a fee of £12 million has been agreed for the Nigerian's transfer, and that the 22-year-old's transfer to the Stade Louis II is now imminent.

He has been capped by Nigeria 11 times in the past two years, featuring in the Super Eagles' Africa Cup of Nations campaign over the summer.

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Onyekuru who scored 28 goals in 57 appearances for Eupen between 2015 and 2017, equally scored combined 23 goals for the two clubs he served on loan viz; nine goals for Anderlecht and 14 goals for Galatasaray.

Onyekuru will be hoping to follow the footsteps of former global Victor Ikpeba who performed so well for Monaco while he was there that he was nicknamed "Prince of Monaco'".

By mutual agreement, AS Monaco and Michael Emenalo decide to put an end to their collaboration.

The latter thanks AS Monaco for giving him the opportunity to discover the French championship and wishes the Club and supporters a great season 2019/2020.

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