Nigeria forward Henry Onyekuru impressive performances since he joined Turkish Super Lig side, Galatassaray on loan from Ligue 1 side, AS Monaco last January has seen his market value rose by one million euros to 7m euros.
The former Everton player has scored five times and provided two assists in nine appearances for Galatassaray so far this term.
The impressive displays have also earned him a recall to the Nigerian senior national football team, the Super Eagles as a replacement for the injured Samuel Kalu for the two Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Benin Republic and Lesotho later this month.
Onyekuru will be hoping to keep the value rising like he he did when he joined Belgian Jupiler League side, KAS Eupen with a market value of 7m euros in June 2017. It rose to 10m euros exactly a year later after joining Anderlecht, another Belgian top…
The value rose again one year later (June 2019) to its all-time high of 13m euros while he was in his first spell at Galatassaray.
It however began its downward slide in April 2020 to 8m euros before crashing further to 6m euros in August 2020.