English Premier League outfit West Ham have set a deadline for hot in demand Nigerian forward Henry Onyekuru to accept the terms they are proposing to him after reaching agreement with Eupen over his transfer fee.
Red hot Onyekuru took his season tally to 25 in all competitions with a brace last night for Eupen against Roesaelare in what was his final game for the modest Belgian team, where he has spent the last two years.
His form this season has lead to interest in his services from all round Europe, but the 19 year old has made it clear he wants to move to England amidst interest from Crystal Palace, Everton, Southampton and West Ham.
However as exclusively reported by Owngoalnigeria.com, West Ham have reached an agreement with Eupen for a fee in the region of £7m for his transfer, but are yet to trash out terms with the forward, who has been called up to the Nigeria senior national team.
West Ham have now set a deadline of two weeks to complete talks with the forward else they try out other options following the conclusion of his teams commitments in Belgium, where they were involved in the play-offs.