Turkish newspaper, Sabah revealed that Galatasaray have not paid Monaco the 750,000 euros loan fee agreed between the two clubs in the January transfer window for Henry Onyekuru and as a result the Nigerian was recalled with five games left to the end of the season.
Galatasaray wanted the winger to sign a short-term deal to enable him represent the club until the end of the
protracted campaign but the French Ligue 1 club turned down the proposal.
According to Sabah, Monaco’s second team, Cercle Brugge were interested in signing Galatasaray’s Yunus Akgün but the transfer did not take place because the Turkish club demanded four million euros, double the amount offered by the Belgian club.
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In 12 outings for Galatasaray, the Super Eagles star scored one goal and provided three assists, logging 871 minutes.Onyekuru helped The Lions win the Super Lig and Cup in his first spell with the club during the 2018-2019 season, on loan from Everton.