Henry Onyekuru seals €15m 5-year deal with AS Monaco

Everton player set to undergo medical to leave club - Will sign five year contract

Transfer news: Everton winger Henry Onyekuru completes £12million Monaco move

Monaco have signed Nigeria global Henry Onyekuru on a five-year-deal from Everton, the French club announced on Monday.

'AS Monaco is pleased to announce the signing of Henry Onyekuru from Everton, ' read a statement on the Ligue 1 club's official website.

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The winger joined the Blues in 2017 but has spent the last two seasons out on loan as Anderlecht and Galatasaray after failing to secure a work permit.

Having arrived in Monaco on Monday, the forward will put pen to paper after his medicals with Everton expected to get 10% of his future sale after both clubs refused to reach an agreement on a buy-back clause.

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It is a shame for the youngster that work permit issues prevented him from playing in the Premier League, but he is probably right to move on to try and truly kickstart his career.

In a release published on Sunday, AS Monaco announced the departure of Emenalo, who was appointed Director in 2017 immediately after the former Nigeria worldwide left Chelsea.

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He scored 16 goals in 44 appearances last term, but arguably just isn't at the level required for Everton, which is suggested by his work permit struggles.

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