Three clubs make offers for Man City target nicknamed the ‘Turkish Donnarumma’
Altinordu goalkeeper Berke Ozer has received three offers from clubs in Spain and Italy according to club president Seyit Ozkan.
The 17-year-old goalkeeper nicknamed the ‘Turkish Donnarumma’ has attracted widespread interest from across Europe.
Ozkan underlined that they want at least £4.3 million [€5m] for the rising star and assurances of first team football.
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“We have three serious offers from Spain and Italy, we have made it clear we want £4.3 million [€5m] and a guarantee of first team football,” Ozkan was quoted as saying by Turkish-Football.
“It is no good just getting a transfer and not developing we care about the long term future of our players.”
Turkish-Football have also reported of Manchester City interest in the young keeper.
City have been keeping close tabs on the 17-year-old keeper for well over a season according to ESPN.
The 17-year-old has made 22 appearances for Turkey at U15, U16, U17 level and was called up to the senior national team setup by Fatih Terim ahead of the international friendly against Macedonia.
Ozer was included in the squad for the goalless draw against Macedonia and the 4-1 victory over Kosovo in the 2017 World Cup qualifier Group I clash.