Onyekuru leaves Galatasaray after being recalled by Monaco

Galatasaray have seen the departure of Henry Onyekuru after the conclusion of his loan deal. The 23-year-old winger moved to the Turkish club on a loan deal from Monaco during the winter transfer window, but he has been recalled by the French outfit. In his 12 appearances for the Turkish outfit, Henry Onyekuru made three assists and scored just one goal. He has now spoken about a desire to come back to the Premier League with some clubs expected to show interest. The Nigerian spent two years at Everton even if he did not make any appearance for the club. During these two seasons, he was sent out on loan to Anderlecht and Galatasaray.

Galatasaray enter the race to sign Ryan Fraser on a free transfer

Turkish giants Galatasaray have reportedly entered the race to sign Ryan Fraser on a free transfer this summer. The Scotland international is currently contracted to Bournemouth until the end of June and he has shown no indication of signing a short-term extension such that he can see out the remainder of the season with the club.
That has already led to criticism from some fans and pundits but the forward remains unperturbed with his agents already in contact with interested clubs. Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have been regarded as the front-runners to sign him but reports claim that Galatasaray have entered the player’s pursuit as they aim to find a replacement for loan star Henry Onyekuru.

Ahmed Musa rejects links with Galatasaray ahead of summer move

Nigeria captain Ahmed Musa has rejected suggestions that Galatasaray have made him a concrete offer for his signature. The Turkish giants are keen to sign the Al Nassr forward and he is one of the many transfer targets for the club including Liverpool winger Shaqiri. The prospect of playing for a club like Galatasaray will be difficult to turn down for Musa at 27 years of age. The Nigerian captain has tried to succeed at the top level of the game with little success. His best time in the spotlight came when he was playing for the likes of CSKA Moscow and Leicester City.

STURRIDGE EYES MLS MOVE

Former Liverpool striker has agreed to terminate his contract with Trabzonspor in a bid to move to United States with David Beckham's Inter Miami. The past few months have been very eventful for Sturridge, he left England for Turkey in the summer. He attracted interest from hosts of premier league sides, West Ham, Everton and Aston Villa were all credited with the player, but he chose to move outside England. Reports suggest he was heading to Galatasaray, only for Him to sign a contract with Trabzonspor.

Diagne dismisses Forest rumours as he is keen on a return to Turkish Football

Galatasaray forward Mbaye Diagne has claimed that he is not attracted by the prospect of moving to Nottingham Forest. This comes as a major blow for the Championship outfit, who were hoping to sign him in the summer. The 28-year-old is currently playing for Club Brugge in Belgium after deciding to go in search of first-team football. At the start of the campaign, Diagne made the switch to Belgium where he will spend the rest of the season.

COVID-19 Hits Football Betting

With the World Health Organization declaring the Coronavirus as a pandemic, many major league and college sports events in football have been cancelled in Europe, the US, and more across the globe.

For those who frequently scour the internet with free football betting tips, now might not be the most exciting time to bet on the sport. The virus has become an unprecedented problem in the sports betting and casino betting industries. In these times of health crisis, how will COVID-19 impact football betting?

Mircea Lucescu fancies Inter Milan to end Juventus’ Serie A dominance

Former Inter Milan manager Mircea Lucescu believes Inter Milan can end Juventus’ dominance in the Serie A. The Bianconeri have won the Scudetto for eight seasons on the bounce but the Nerazzurri could end that dominating run, having gone neck-to-neck with the reigning champions for most of the campaign.

VILLA READY TO SIGN NZONZI

It was supposed to be one of his many successful stints at a football club but Steven Nzonzi and Turkish giants Galatasaray have decided to call it quits, with the Club getting increasingly irritated at him even just being around the club training ground.

The French man was suspended by the club earlier in the month and the World Cup winning midfielder has reacted by saying he is no longer ready to continue his loan spell in Turkey from Italy.

TOSUN NETS ON PALACE DEBUT

One of the best things to ever happen to the Turkey national side, Cenk Tosun, has struggled to lay claim to a respectable starting berth all season.

Clubs need goals above every other thing from their strikers and any striker that fails to meet such a requirement is easily shown the exit door. In the world of scoring goals, you’re either scoring them or you are not and no team has the patience to wait around for you to find your potential in an unforgiving league like England’s - which has prompted a shift in Tosun's thinking.

Ozil Praised by Neuer

German World Cup winner Manuel Neuer has spoken positively about compatriot Mesut Ozil, who retired from national team duties shortly after the 2018 World Cup. The Arsenal midfielder was heavily criticised after Germany’s shock group stage exit at the previous global tournament and that contributed towards his retirement from international football.


When pressed on the Ozil situation, the Bayern Munich captain said that he had a great experience of playing with the Gunners star, right from the academy days at Schalke 04. He added that his compatriot always wanted to have fun and play football, and it was disappointing with the way things paved off the field for him.

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