With West Ham and Arsenal interested, Onyekuru has spoken to Moses about life in London.
After a breakthrough season in Belgium with Eupen where he scored 24 goals and made 14 assists, Onyekuru has been linked with moves to several clubs.
Arsenal and West Ham are said to be the clubs in the forefront to sign him and the forward favours a move to any of the two clubs because of their location.
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The 20-year-old according to Daily Mail wants to play in London and has spoken to Moses who plays for London club, Chelsea.
Moses according to the report has encouraged his fellow Nigerian to make the move with favourable feedbacks about London.
Belgian side Eupen have told clubs that they want £7.87m for the forward who now has one cap for the Super Eagles.
With just one cap for Nigeria, a work permit might be hard to get for the forward but Eupen want to ensure he qualifies for a work permit by selling him for up to £7.87million.
Transfer fees pay a significant role in getting work permits as it helps add to the player's points tally for his application under the totting-up procedure.
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Any player who has four points or more is qualified for a work permit by the panel.
For £7.87million, the Nigeria international would gain three points if the wages being paid to him are in the top 25percent of the top 30 earners at the club.