Arsenal and West Ham United have moved a step closer to signing Henry Onyekuru after he was granted a UK Visa.

The two London clubs have been heavily linked with the KAS Eupen forward and are both allegedly prepared to meet his release clause of £6.8m.

It seemingly leaves the 20-year-old Nigerian with a decision to make regarding his future, but it has been claimed that he is keen to move to the Premier League.

A source told SCORENigieria: “Henry has been in Paris, he is there with his agents.

“He has been granted his visa to UK and he is now studying all the offers and possibilities with his handlers. His first choice is a Premier League club.”

Onyekuru – who netted 22 goals last season – has previously stated that he wants first-team football at his new club.