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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Nigerian forward to either stay in Belgium or move to England


By Juan Joe Oladayo



KAS Eupen winger, Henry Onyekuru has ruled out a move to Scottish champiions Celtic this summer, saying he will only move to England or stay in Belgium.

The 19-yeard old has for some time now been linked with Celtic, as they made a bid for him in January.


A host of Premier Leagues teams are alsp after the Nigerian forward who scored 23 goals this season.

The winger has £6.8million release clause, saying he won't rush in making his decision.

The Nierian said: "I keep repeating the same as the past months: everything is possible. Anderlecht, Club Brugge or England. I

have not decided yet.

"I am enjoying myself in Belgium. This competition is fun and I’m still learning things here, but I’ve always dreamed of the

Premier League. We will see, though. I still have enough time to make a decision.

"The Champions League is the lead that Anderlecht has. In addition, I can only say that there are two big clubs each with their

own playing style."



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