Racing Genk of Belgium striker, Paul Ebere Onuachu has admitted he has an important decision ahead of him in the summer transfer window, as his signature comes up for grabs by top clubs across Europe, megasportsarena.com reports.
After hitting his best form ever since turning professional, with the highest goals scorer and best player awards in his kitty, Onuachu hinted that he could be on his way out of Genk, but the former FC Midtjylland of Denmark ace confessed that he will have to think well before deciding on his next step forward.
Such is the expectation and caution rolling in the same vein for Onuachu, as he dropped a strong hint that he could leave Genk in the summer transfer window, as he noted that his immediate future is up in the air, even as he acknowledged that it would be difficult for him to repeat his goals scoring exploits of the campaign in another club.
The product of Young Stars of Lagos and FC Ebedie of Shagamu has already been linked with clubs in the Italian Serie A and French Ligue 1, following his haul of 35 goals in 41 games in all competitions, which helped his Limburg-based club finish second in the Belgian First Division A and win the Belgian Cup.
Only this past Monday, Onuachu went home with the Belgian Pro League player of the year and golden boot awards in Brussels and, having put himself in the shop window, a big transfer deal is certainly looming large, and the giant striker admitted as much.
Onuachu, who still has a contract with the Belgian side for three seasons, told Genk’s official YouTube page: “For me you never know what the future holds but I think scoring a lot of goals this season for KRC Genk and of course my career it is going to be one of the most important periods for me.
“It is going to be difficult to say I’m going to repeat it where I am going but I think the players we have in this team really make all this possible for me, but like I said earlier you don’t know what the future holds. As it is now I think I’m really happy for the figure I have in the league and of course for KRC Genk.”