Earlier on Thursday we covered a report from Turkish newspaper Takvim which explained why Henry Onyekuru’s loan move to Galatasaray hadn’t been completed.
The Turkish club had revealed talks with Everton to finalise a deal for the former Eupen attacker, who spent last season on loan back in Belgium with Anderlecht.
Takvim said Galatasaray had been trying to get a clause in the loan so they could buy Onyekuru at the end of the deal if they so desired, but Everton were set against this.
Onyekuru is a very talented youngster and selling him would make little sense at this stage.
Now Gala have released the details of the deal to the Turkish stock-market (KAP) as they are obliged to do. It reveals there’s no buying clause attached, and that Everton will be paid €800k for the one season loan, with the player receiving €1.2m.
Turkey’s Futbol Arena have got the story and Onyekuru has been pictured in a Gala shirt for the first time.
Henry Onyekuru, Galatasaray antrenmanında. pic.twitter.com/TUpgh3Z1ob
— FutbolArena (@futbolarena) July 12, 2018