Bursaspor want to keep hold of 20-year-old midfielder Ozan Tufan at the end of the season according to club president Recep Bölükbaşı.
“We have lots of offers, some have been pretty astronomical but we want to keep hold of our best players,” Bölükbaşı told IHA.
Bursaspor presidential candidate Timur Noyan also revealed that he will try to keep Tufan at the club if he gets elected.
“If we want to move forward we have to keep our best players and strengthen the squad,” Noyan told Fanatik.
“I do not want to sell our stars, that will be my policy.”
The Turkish international is being scouted by Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Juventus and AC Milan according to his father.
“Other big European teams have sent scouts to watch Ozan play…AC Milan, Juventus, Chelsea and both Manchester clubs, City and United,” Mehmet Tufan told Spanish newspaper AS.
Former Kasımpaşa manager Shota Arveladze expects Tufan to join United in the near future.
“Ozan Tufan could join Manchester United within a short space of time, I know a number of European footballs biggest clubs are keeping close tabs on him,” Arveladze told Fanatik.
Tufan midfielder has three goals and nine assists in 41 appearances for Bursaspor this season.
The 20-year-old is also a regular call up for the Turkish national team and scored on his debut for the Crescent Stars in an international friendly against Denmark last year.