Galatasaray star Bruma has been linked with a move to Tottenham over the first half of the season.
A source close to the player revealed to Turkish-Football that Spurs have been among several clubs keeping close tabs on the Portuguese winger.
Per the source, Galatasaray are worried about the current situation as Bruma has just over one-season remaining on his contract and has yet to sign an extension.
Galatasaray have now set a €20 million valuation for Bruma and will not accept anything less over the winter transfer window.
The Lions ideally want Bruma to stay on until the summer and the player has settled in well to life in Turkey.
Galatasaray want Bruma to sign an extension which would include a release fee. The club are in talks with his agent over extending his current deal but an agreement has yet to be reached.
Bruma joined Galatasaray on a high profile move from Sporting Lisbon in 2013 but he initially struggled.
Galatasaray were in turmoil with constant managerial changes and Bruma suffered a few injury blows.
The 22-year-old spent last season out on loan at La Liga outfit Deportivo De La Coruna where he started to rebuild his reputation and he has hit the ground running at Galatasaray this season scoring five and providing five assists in the league.
Bruma has averaged a ridiculous 4.9 dribbles per-game this season, which is more per-game this season than Neymar, Messi and Eden Hazard.