https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsThe Toffees beat a whole host of clubs from across the continent when they signed the Nigerian phenomenon for £7 million last summer from Belgian outfit KAS Eupen.
Thanks to work permit issues, however, Onyekuru was unable to play in the Premier League last season so returned to Belgium via a loan spell at Anderlecht.
And, according to Turkish publication Milliyet, the 21-year-old looks set to leave the Toffees on a temporary spell once again.
It is understood that he is heading to the reigning Super Lig champions Galatasaray, and could therefore be playing Champions League football next season.
Onyekuru is a forward with real potential. He scored 24 goals in 41 games for Eupen in 2016/17 to earn that big-money move to Everton after establishing himself as one of the most sought-after young strikers on the continent. He was unfortunate to have missed out of the World Cup after sustaining an injury in December which ruled him out.
The two-time capped Nigeria international, who wears his first name on the back of his shirt in homage to Thierry Henry, netted a further ten goals at Anderlecht last season while featuring six times in the Champions League.