Nigeria forward Henry Onyekuru has ruled himself out a summer move to Greek Super league giants Olympiakos.
Onyekuru who currently on loan at Turkish Super Lig side Galatasaray is surplus to requirements at his parents club Monaco and his future is still in the air.
It was reported on Thursday that the Greek giants had contacted Monaco on the possibility of signing the Nigerian forward on loan, but he the player has now said he’s keen to remain with Galatasaray according to Turkish paper the Fanatik.
“I wanted to stay in Galatasaray last year, but my club Everton had sold me to Monaco. I almost never played in Monaco. I don’t want to experience the same frustration again,” he said.
Meanwhile, Galatasaray manager, Fatih Terim has reportedly informed the club management of his intention to keep the Super Eagles forward beyond his current loan deal.
“I want Onyekuru to stay in the team no matter what it will take, I just want him to stay with us,” Fatih said.
The former Eupen forward enjoyed good success in his first stint in Turkey, scoring 17 goals in all competitions and also won the league title and the cup.