Nigerian forward Henry Omyekuru has spent barely two months at French club AS Monaco but is considering an exit in January.
Onyekuru is struggling with game time under manager Leonardo Jardim since he joined the Ligue 1 club from Everton in the summer for £15m.
And with just one assist in four appearances, the 22-year-old has hinted on a possible exit in January if things continue this way.
“It has not been easy for me since I arrived with injuries and not getting as many minutes as I would like,” Onyekuru was quoted on Le Parisen.
“I’ll work hard to get back into the team but if it doesn’t change I will consider options.”
His destination maybe another loan spell at Galatasaray where he already had a stint.
He scored 14 goals and recorded five assists in 31 appearances in all competitions for Gala, and also won the league and FA Cup titles with the club last season.
Onyekuru was left out of Nigeria’s squad for Sunday’s international friendly against Brazil in Singapore.
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