Red hot KAS Eupen forward Henry Onyekuru has openly admitted he is thorn between joining the team he loves and the team that appears to have what looks like the best option for his career now.
The forward who has been heavily linked with a move away from modest side Eupen in the summer, has narrowed his options to just two teams, Anderlecht and Arsenal .
19 year old Onyekuru who is in the camp of the Super Eagles current gearing up for their upcoming friendly games against Corsica and Togo says why a move to Arsenal will help him realise his dreams. A move to Anderlecht will see him play in the prestigious UEFA Champions League next season.
Both teams are currently locked in talks with Eupen with a bid of around £8m said to be sufficient enough to price him. A fee which both teams can comfortably afford for the scorer of 24 during the recently concluded Belgium league.
“I am enjoying myself in Belgium. This competition is fun and I’m still learning things here, but I’ve always dreamed of the Premier League. We will see, though. I still have enough time to make a decision.
“The Champions League is the lead that Anderlecht has. In addition, I can only say that there are two big clubs each with their own playing style.”