German champions, Bayern Munich have reached advanced talks in their attempts to land Super Eagles and Galatasaray of Turkey forward, Henry Onyekuru before next month’s Africa Cup of Nations, Football411.net can authoritatively confirm.
Onyekuru, 21, fired Galatasaray to their 22nd league title last Sunday after netting the winner against Istanbul Basaksehir and has been in the news as he looks set to move to one of Europe’s big clubs this summer.
Football411.net can, however, confirm authoritatively that both Bayern and Everton have reached advanced talks over the future of the player with a deal now imminent in the coming days for the speedy Nigerian.
With club legend Frank Ribery and Arjen Robben quitting the Bavarian giants this season, Head Coach Niko Kovac now sees the former KAS Eupen winger as a direct replacement for the duo with his ability to operate both as a winger and a top nine.
Playing predominantly as a winger this season, the double footed forward has raked home 16 goals to help Galatasaray to a domestic double and also added six assists in all competitions.