Will Paul Onuachu make his childhood dream come true this weekend? Former Genk striker is already eligible to play for Southampton

His new coach Nathan Jones left it in the middle on Friday afternoon, but according to our information, Paul Onuachu (28) is already eligible to play for Southampton on Saturday.

This weekend is still too early for a basic place, but a short raid against Brentford is possible. The Nigerian former striker from Genk was in Paris this week to arrange his visa and work permit for Great Britain. Something that would be fine by now.

On deadline day he left Racing Genk for Southampton after 3.5 years. The Limburgers, including bonuses, would receive more than 20 million euros for the striker. For Onuachu, it is his childhood dream to play in the Premier League. The Saints could use his nose for goals, as they are last in the Premier League.

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