Manchester United may face competition for their Portuguese target Bruma from the Eredivisie giants PSV.
The 21-year-old caught the eye of Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho last week when he scored against the Red Devils in Sweden.
“He [Mourinho] congratulated me for the performance and said he was impressed with me,” Bruma told Fanatik.
“He promised to closely monitor my work and said I could play for the national team soon.”
However, according to the daily Turkish newspaper Milliyet, PSV launched an €8 million bid for Bruma.
Meanwhile, a source close to the player told Turkish-Football that Galatasaray are aware of interest from Manchester United but they want to keep Bruma for at least another season.
Bruma, who joined Galatasaray for €10 million move from Sporting Lisbon in 2013, has scored five goals in six pre-season this summer.
The Portugal U21 international struggled for playing time at Galatasaray under previous managers but Jan Olde Riekerink is expected to give Bruma an important first-team role in the team next season.