RSC Anderlecht of Belgium attacker, Henry Onyekuru appears ready to take his anger out on the club for allegedly blocking his hope of making Nigeria’s squad to the World Cup, as he is said to be seeking a transfer to Germany.
The report out of Belgium indicates that Onyekuru is expected in Germany on Thursday to discuss a move to modest Bundesliga side, Borrussia Mönchengladbach.
Onyekuru has not played for Anderlecht since December 22 and a serious knee injury he suffered in that game against KAS Eupen had since kept him on the sidelines.
However, Mönchengladbach now appear prepared to meet conditions from his parent club, Everton, who loaned him to Anderlecht, and hope to agree personal terms at the end of negotiations with the club’s director of sport, Max Eberl.
Onyekuru’s future at Anderlecht became complicated after he was axed from the Super Eagles provisional roster and he has blamed it on coach Hein Vanhaezebrouck, who stated that the striker is unfit to play which has been disputed by the player.
Turkish Super Lig club, Besiktas were interested in a loan deal for Onyekuru, but he prefers a move to the Bundesliga and will start house-hunting when he visits nearby Düsseldorf upon his arrival in Germany.