Everton could lose Henry Onyekuru to Paris Saint-Germain

Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing on-loan Everton forward Henry Onyekuru at the end of the season, according to TEAMtalk.

What’s the word, then?

Everton completed the signing of Onyekuru from Belgian club KAS Eupen in the summer of 2017 before sending the Nigerian on loan to Anderlecht.

The 21-year-old managed 10 goals in 28 appearances for Anderlecht, before joining Galatasaray on loan ahead of the 2018-19 campaign.

The forward has struck nine times in 32 games for Galatasaray, but it had been thought that he would return to Everton this summer to compete for a first-team spot.

That scenario would rely on the Toffees securing a work permit for Onyekuru, but it has previously been reported that the Premier League outfit are confident of presenting a strong case to the Football Association this summer.

According to TEAMtalk, though, the winger might not actually get the chance to play for Everton as PSG are preparing a £20m offer.

How will this one end?

It is a complicated scenario due to the fact that Onyekuru has not even made his debut for Everton despite joining the club 18 months ago.

According to BBC Sport, the attacker cost the Merseyside club £7m, meaning that £20m would represent a tasty profit for the Premier League side.

The report has also claimed that Galatasaray want to keep him, whilst Marseille, Monaco, Borussia Dortmund, Napoli and Sevilla are all said to be in the hunt.

Onyekuru has been impressive during his two loan spells thus far, whilst he struck 30 times in 60 games for Eupen ahead of a move to Everton.

PSG have incredible pulling power, though, and there is no question that the seven-time Nigeria international’s head will turn if the French champions make a bid.