Turkish super lig club Galatasaray failed to reach a loan deal agreement with French club Monaco over Henry Onyekuru.
The Nigerian forward returned to Turkey for his second loan term spell with the Lions after failing to secure regular playing time in his debut campaign in Monaco.
Henry Onyekuru boosted his Galatasaray side winning ways in their bid to defend their super lig crown by contributing an assist and a goal which secured their 3-1 victory over fernabache back in February.
He made 12 appearances in all competitions, and his last outing was against league leaders Istanbul Basaksehir where he played full 90 minutes.
“Rental agreement ending. Henry Onyekuru said goodbye to our technical team and teammates. Have a nice trip,” The club tweeted.
Reports, however, showed how Galatasaray made a move to extend the loan of the Nigerian forward with five matches remaining after the coronavirus pandemic spread causing extension of 2019-2020 super lig season until July 25 with both teams unable to agree to a deal.
— Henry Onyekuru (@henryconyekuru) July 4, 2020
” I can’t thank @GalatasaraySk for the love during my second spell at the club. You are forever in my heart until we meet again…” Onyekuru tweeted.
Galatasaray are currently fourth on the super lig table with 52 points 11 points below table-toppers İstanbul Başakşehir.