Super Eagles striker Henry Oyenkuru has rejoined Turkish giants Galatasaray on loan from French Ligue Une side AS Monaco, owosports.com.ng reports.
The Striker who has struggled to get game time with the French club, will be at the Turk Telekom Stadium till the end of the season with an option to buy.
“Someone said something, you know, the son of the hand, the son of the house. I swear to God, I think Onyekuru is the son of the house,” Cengiz told the club website.
“For the third time, he insisted on asking for us thanks to Onyekuru, even though there were many teams who wanted him and it cost a lot to the club he came from.
“He didn’t even look back on offers from other teams in Turkey or abroad. We thank him very much for his feelings of belonging and loyalty in this context. It’s a stance. He didn’t prefer money. He preferred his love.”
The 23-year-old, Henry Oyenkuru speaking via his unveiling, is looking to spend more time at the Turk Telekom Stadium as he hopes to give his all.
“First of all, I am very happy to be here again. I want to have a season where we can achieve the goals of the club, with plenty of goals and make everyone proud,” said the Striker
“I’m hoping to stay here longer. I spoke to our president, vice president and technical director, and they expressed their confidence in me. As always, I’m willing to give 100 percent.
“As I said before, my goal is to achieve more success with the club, win more trophies and make our fans proud. Hopefully, we will win both the league and the Turkish Cup.”
Recall that Oyenkuru has initially spent two loan spells with 22 times Turkish league champions in 2018/2019 Seasons where he joined on loan from Everton before being sold permanently to AS Monaco who sent him on Loan again in the 2019/2020 Seasons.
He will wear jersey no. 7 in Fatih Terim’s squad and could be in line to make his debut on Friday against Gaziantep