Onyekuru rejected PSG for Everton 

The Nigerian international actually went as far as undergoing a medical with the French giants, but his dream of playing Premier League football saw him choose the Blues.

Everton’s loaned out striker Henry Onyekuru has revealed he turned down Paris St Germain to sign for Everton.
The Nigerian international actually went as far as undergoing a medical with the French giants, but his dream of playing Premier League football saw him choose the Blues.
Frustratingly, work permit difficulties mean the 21-year-old is still waiting to make that move.
After a season on loan at Anderlecht in Belgium the forward has just joined Galatasaray on another season-long loan.
“Of course PSG are a great club, but the biggest dream since my childhood was to play in the Premier League.”
“He will be paid £37,000 a-week which is £148,000 a-month. This wage is without league and Champions League bonuses,” reports the site.
But Onyekuru is more focused on regular first team football as a route to playing more international football which will help him secure the work permit requirements to enable him to play in England.
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