FIFA might want to look into Everton’s signing of Nigerian striker, Henry Onyekuru, with the KAS Eupen forward having already joined Arsenal this summer.
In fact, Everton will be Onyekuru’s third Premier League club in a matter of weeks, having already left Arsenal to join West Ham, just a few days after moving to the Emirates Stadium.
There has to start being some form of accountability for what the media report. But if that law was bypassed, then the politicians would have to start being accountable for their lies and manipulation, too; fat chance of that happening.
It does sound like Onyekuru will finally land in the top flight of English football, as Ronald Koeman continues to build and plan for an exciting Everton future.
Onyekuru has had a whirlwind 12 months, having finished joint-top scorer of the Belgium Pro League with 22 goals in 38 games (over 50% of Euspen’s goals for the season) – Lukasz Teodorczyk of Anderlecht had the same goal-to-game statistics – and making his international debut for the Super Eagles.
Everton’s big summer recruitment, however, does mean that Onyekuru doesn’t feature in Koeman’s plans just yet, with the striker set to spend the 2017/18 season on loan with defending champions, Anderlecht.
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The Toffees have already tied up a deal for Malaga’s impressive Spanish Under-21 international, Sandro Ramirez, taking advantage of the striker’s mere £5.2million release fee clause.
It’s that kind of astute business that has got the Toffees fanbase willing the new season to start before August 12th.
Even rumours of a £10million bid for Burnley’s Andre Gray kind of makes sense; a typical Koeman signing, with potential to be unlocked.
It’s an exciting time for the blue half of Merseyside.