Galatasaray striker Henry Onyekuru has reportedly garnered interest from Paris-Saint Germain (PSG) and AS Monaco worth £20 million together with several other unnamed clubs.
Football Live reported that Galatasaray could lose Onyekuru if a good deal is brought to the table with his parent club Everton also standing a chance of failing to keep him.
The 21-year-old was signed by The Toffees 18-months ago from Eupen, but he has never played for the Goodison Park, Merseyside-based English Premier League club due to work-permit issues.
As the keen interest increases in Onyekuru from PSG and Monaco, whose French Ligue 1 rivals, Olympique Marseille are also reportedly vying for the striker's signature, along with Borussia Dortmund, AS Napoli and Sevilla.
It means Everton will be left with a huge decision to make, as their scouts have been issuing glowing reports on Onyekuru’s progress at Gala back to The Toffees’ manager, Marco Silva.
However, PSG are said to be upfront, as the Paris giants have been long-term admirers and they are ready to offer Everton a £20m deal, but they are not the only side interested in the former KAS Eupen star.
Onyekuru, who has also previously played on loan at RSC Anderlecht of Belgium, would likely land a permit this summer, should he become a regular for the Super Eagles and is one of the top-scorers in Turkey.