Everton fans have taken to Twitter to reveal that they don’t want the club to cash in on Henry Onyekuru, amid talk of German champions Bayern Munich being interested in a £40m move for the Nigerian.
The 21-year-old was signed by the Toffees back in 2017 for a fee of just £7m from KAS Eupen, before immediately being loaned to Anderlecht.
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Sadly for the Merseysiders, Onyekuru is struggling to obtain a work permit in order to play in the Premier League, hence why he has been loaned out twice.
His impressive form has attracted the interest of Bundesliga giants Bayern, who are keen on bringing the young forward to the Allianz Arena.
However, given his excellent scoring rate, Everton fans on Twitter don’t want him to be sold, especially having never even pulled the club’s shirt on…
📝Bayern Munich Contact Everton For Forward – The German champions have apparently spoke to Everton regarding a big €40M
Would you sell Onyekuru or keep him?
— The Toffee Blues (@EvertonNewsFeed) March 18, 2019
No, I’d get his work permit and play him in the Premier league see what he’s like, any good and that £40m will soon increase, sell him now and we’ll end up kicking ourselves if he turns out special and the club could do without the fall out if it happened
— Matthew Clarke (@Matthew85081679) March 18, 2019
We have to see what he do first at the very leadt. It would be stupid to sell him before that. Knowing us that’s what will happen.
— Mondo (@ChowMondo88) March 18, 2019
Keep him, the amount of quality youngsters we have is excellent and he would be ideal replacement for Walcott who is the one I would sell. Work permit should happen now I believe and he could be worth even more after a year or two.
— Blackwatch78 (@blackwatch78efc) March 18, 2019
No, but they can have Sandro for a tenner
— Lawrence 707 (@BLOG7O7LOL) March 18, 2019
He good so I wouldn’t sell him
— Joseph Piper (@EFCPIPERJ) March 18, 2019
Never seen him yet, niasse and tosun will be gone in summer, looks like we will need him
— Neil Ballantyne (@ballantyne374) March 18, 2019
— holty (@mickyholt) March 18, 2019