Manchester City are keeping tabs on Trabzonspor youngster Muhammet Beşir according to Akşam.
The Turkish youth international has been in great form for the Black Sea Storm since breaking into the first-team scoring three goals in his last four games.
Beşir has actually only played 54 minutes over the course of the last four games but managed to convert three of his six shots averaging a goal ever 16 minutes.
The 18-year-old striker broke through the ranks of the youth side after scoring 26 goals in 30 U19 Elit Lig games.
City recently signed another promising Turkish striker in Enes Ünal who joined on a £2 million move from Bursaspor over the summer transfer window before being loaned out to Belgium side Genk.
Beşir has managed to replace Dame N’Doye who joined Sunderland on loan over the winter transfer window and is expected to feature regularly in the first-team for the rest of the season.