Galatasaray star Bruma has just two-years remaining on his current contract and Galatasaray are keen on extending his deal following a number of Premier League clubs sending scouts to keep tabs on the 21-year-old.
A source close to Galatasaray told Turkish-football.com over the summer that the Lions value Bruma as being worth €25 million but the Istanbul giants could end up having their hand forced next summer as he would have just a year remaining on his contract.
Galatasaray are planning a two-year contract extension and want to include a €40 million release clause option to protect their star man from being snapped up in a cut-priced deal.
A source close to the player revealed to Turkish-football.com that Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham, Chelsea and West Ham have all sent scouts to keep tabs on Bruma this season.
The winger was once considered the understudy to Cristiano Ronaldo in the Portugal national team but his development was hindered by series of injuries.
Bruma is back and has bee one of the Lions most outstanding players this season providing two assists and scoring once in his last four league games.