Man City want €1.5m fee from Galatasaray for youngster

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - MARCH 15 : Jason Denayer of Celtic heads wide during the Scottish League Cup Final between Dundee United and Celtic at Hamden Park on March 15, 2015 in Glasgow Scotland. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Manchester City want €1.5 million from Galatasaray for Jason Denayer according to Hurriyet.

The report claims that Galatasaray have reached an agreement for City over a loan-deal for Denayer.

City want a €1.5 million sign-on fee while the Istanbul giants want to include a buyout clause option as part of the deal.

Denayer is expected to arrive in Turkey today and attend the Galatasaray – Osmanlispor game at the Türk Telekom Arena this evening.

The Lions take on newly promoted Osmanlıspor in their first home game of the season.

The 20-year-old defender netted six times and provided two assists in 44 appearances for Celtic in all competitions last season.

The Istanbul giants booked a place in the Champions League group stages for the fourth consecutive season after lifting the 2014-15 title for a record 20th time.

Galatasaray won the league and cup double, earning the right to become the first club to wear the fourth star on their crest.

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