He completed a €20 million fee from Everton FC to the French Ligue 1 side, the club website announced.
Onyekuru move to Monaco became imminent as the club lost its opening game of the new Ligue Un season 3-0 at home to Olympique Lyonnais on Sunday.
He was wanted on another loan spell by the Turkish Champions but Everton opted to sell him after several failed efforts to get a work permit in England.
Oleg Petrov, Vice President and General Manager of AS Monaco, said: “We are very happy to have Henry Onyekuru with us. He has demonstrated his qualities in recent seasons. He is a fast and powerful offensive player who will strengthen our offensive sector. We welcome him.”
In his response, Onyekuru said: “I’m very happy to join a great club like AS Monaco. I will give everything to improve and help the Club to have a great season. I look forward to meeting my teammates.”
Onyekuru, who was part of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Eagles bronze-winning squad has made 11 appearances for the Super Eagles and scoring a goal.
Nigerians are hoping Onyekuru leaves his foot print in the club just as Victor Ikpeba did some years back.
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