Paul Onuachu's failure to pass the litmus test showed why Arsenal, other Premier League clubs decided not to sign him. When the 2021 summer transfer window opened, two Nigerian players were tipped for a major move following their brilliant performance last season. Onuachu and Simy Nwankwo were the two players after the record-breaking campaign they had Genk and Crotone's colours, respectively.
Super Eagles striker, Paul Onuachu was the hero of the day once again as he guided his team to victory with a well taken hattrick. The 27 year old continued his fine form in front of goal for KRC Genk as they beat Seraign by 3 goals to nil on Sunday evening.
There are two transfer windows in a football season, the summer transfer window has come to an end but the January window is close, and many football clubs are looking for players who will improve their sides. Super Eagles striker, Paul Onuachu, could join Spanish giants, Atlético Madrid, in January because the club's sporting director, Andrea Berta, made contact with Genk about Onuachu.
We head into the international break and club football will take an enforced break for about two weeks as players will return to represent their respective national teams. The Super Eagles of Nigeria will be taking on Central African Republic for the third round of their FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign on Thursday evening (October 7th).
Super Eagles center forward - Paul Onuachu continued his incredible start to the 2021/22 campaign by scoring yet again for his club side. The 27 year old striker bagged a hat-trick for KRC Genk as they thrashed Belgium Pro League newcomers, Seraing by 3 goals to nil at the Luminus Arena in Genk.
While Nigeria's forward line is not lacking when it comes to quality, there are still better options upfront than the likes of Onuachu who is clearly having a nightmare time with the eagles. These are two players who could perform better than Onuachu, but have been ignored by the coach.
Goals have started pouring like expected in the UEFA Europa League 2021/22 Season with few numbers of great strikes from focused Strikers. Mesut Ozil got his first European goal for Fenerbahce of Turkey against German side, Frankfurt in their 1-1 draw as he registered his name on the Top Scorers' log for the new season.
The Nigeria Super Eagles strikers have been in superb form for their clubs this season. Last season, the likes of Onuachu, Ike Ugbo, Simy Nwankwo performed very well for their clubs. With few games played already, the super Eagles stars are already making the headlines.
Photo Credit : Twitter Paul Onuachu and Victor Osimhen are the most in from Super Eagles strikers in Europe at the moment. Onuachu has scored 11 goals in his last 13 appearances for Genk, while Onuachu has hit six in the last four matches for Napoli. The goal poachers are expected to be in Super Eagles squad for the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against the Central African Republic next month.
Many people talked about the possibility of Super Eagles striker, Paul Onuachu, joining different clubs because of his exceptional display for Genk last season. Moving to a bigger club was only realistic because his performance showed that he was ready for a bigger stage. A move to the La Liga Santander or the Premier League looked possible, but West Ham's manager, David Moyes, recently said his club didn't pursue the Nigerian actively.
Super Eagles striker Paul Onuachu has parted ways with his management, Mork Global Soccer. According to reports, the lanky forward decided to dump the agency, following their failure to secure a deal for him last summer. Recalled, Onuachu scored 35 goals for Genk in all competitions, but transfer to better club never materialize, and he was forced to stay back in Belgium.
Since the 2021/2022 season started across Europe, many Nigerian strikers have started doing pretty well for their respective clubs, and some of them have been firing from all cylinders for the teams. Nigeria is known as one of the Nations that have a lot of talented footballers plying their trades across the world, and they keep on flying the Nation's flag every time.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria suffered their first defeat of their FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign as Central African Republic beat them by a goal to nil at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos. The away side defended for most parts of the match, absorbing all the pressure they got from the Super Eagles.
Photo Credit : Genk Super Eagles striker Paul Onuachu has signed a new three-year deal with Belgian side KRC Genk. The new deal with keep Onuachu at the Club until 2024 and sources revealed that the new deal worth €5 million (N2b) a year in bonuses and salaries.
Photo Credit : Genk It was an excellent Wednesday night of football for Super Eagles striker Paul Onuachu as he scored a brace for Genk against Royal Antwerp. Paul Onuachu netted a brace for KRC Genk in their Belgian Jupiler League game against Royal Antwerp. Fresh from signing a new deal, the Nigerian international broke the deadlock inside the opening 10 minutes, before scoring the on the 80th minutes.
Super Eagles striker Paul Onuachu was destined for a big move last summer after his prowess in - front of the goal for Genk in the 2020/2021 season. The Nigerian striker joined Genk from FC Midtjylland in 2019 and has been a revelation for the Belgian club. Onuachu struggled in his first season in Belgium, but his output has improved since settling at the club.
According to a report by PUNCH Newspapers yesterday, LaLiga champions, Atletico Madrid, are reportedly eyeing a January move for Nigerian striker Paul Onuachu. Image via Punch Newspapers. Also as per Spanish tabloid Marca, "Atletico Madrid sporting director Andrea Berta is keeping a close eye on Paul Onuachu, Genk’s Nigerian forward who has started the season in incredible form"
UEFA Europa League season for 2021/22 started in grand style with venues opened to spectators across Europe after the Corona Virus pandemic. Real Betis of Spain showed class against Celtic FC of Scotland in their first Europa League game of the season. Ajeti opened scoring for Celtic in the 13th minute and jeronovic's Penalty followed to double the visitor's lead.
Super Eagles strikers, Victor Osimhen of Napoli and Paul Onuachu of Genk, Belgium took their goal scoring form to another level as both players once again appeared on the scorers sheet for their respective clubs during Sunday night games. Photo Credit: Pulse Nigeria For Onuachu, it was an hat trick he registered against Seraign in the Belgian First Division.
Nigerian professional footballer and Genk’s striker Paul Onuachu, has taken his goal tally to 8 from 5 games, after he scored an impressive hat-trick to secure all 3 points for his Belgium side. Onuachu, who opened his scoring in the 42nd minutes, missed an early penalty (34th minutes), before wrapping up his scoring in 49th minutes to mark an incredible weekend (Onuachu, is currently his club highest goal score, as he also scored in their first Europa League match against Rapid Wien few weeks ago).