Paul Onuachu, a member of the Super Eagles, has expressed his displeasure at not being able to leave Genk for a better club during the summer transfer window.
Last season, Onuachu lit up the Belgian League with goals, scoring 35 in all competitions and winning the Ebony Shoe and Belgian Professional Footballer of the Year.
The Nigerian international, though, revealed in an interview with Voetbalprimeur that he was willing to leave the club this summer if things didn’t work out.
“It was one of the most trying times of my life.” All that anxiety… “I was ready for the major step, but there was no offer,” Onuachu explained.
“Was there something going on behind my back?” I wondered. Was it the financial strain Genk had placed on me? To be honest, I’m not sure. Nobody comprehends. They tell me it’s Corona. Come on, I’m not buying it! You’re constantly gone, aren’t you? I scored 33 goals. Anyway, it no longer bothers me. “I just let everything go.”