Galatasaray star Bruma has opened up about his future following speculation that he could on his way out of the club.
Bruma revealed that he and the club are open to attractive offers but that he is happy at Galatasaray and that his agent will hold talks over extending his current deal.
“It is an honour to be linked with big clubs in Europe but I am happy at Galatasaray,” Bruma was quoted as saying by Turkish-Football after speaking to reporters in Antalya following training.
“We are open to offers that meet the expectations of the clubs but I would like to stay. My agent will arrive in Turkey and hold talks over a contract extension, we will see what happens.”
A source close to the player told Turkish-Football that Tottenham have been scouting Bruma and that there have been talks over a move.
Galatasaray are open to an end of season transfer but are intent on keeping him on at the club over the winter transfer window.
The Lions want Bruma to sign a contract extension despite having another two-years remaining on his current deal as they are keen on including a buyout clause option.
Galatasaray want to include a release fee in the region of €30 million which is above their current €20 million valuation.
Bruma has been in outstanding form this season scoring five goals and providing five assists in 16 league games.
Galatasaray may be forced into considering an offer if their asking price is met due to being in financial trouble.
The Istanbul giants were suspended from European competition this season due to failing to meet FFP guidelines.