Trabzonspor are set to make a €6 million offer for Bursaspor youngster Ozan Tufan according to Fanatik.
The Black Sea Storm were closely linked with the Turkish international over the winter transfer window but were unable to meet Bursaspor’s €10 million valuation.
The discontinuation of the foreign player ruling in Turkey going into the 2015-16 season is expected to result in Turkish player values dropping over the summer.
Manchester United have also been linked with the Turkish international in recent weeks.
Tufan is being scouted by Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Juventus and AC Milan according to his father.
“Other big European teams have sent scouts to watch Ozan play…AC Milan, Juventus, Chelsea and both Manchester clubs, City and United,” Mehmet Tufan told Spanish newspaper AS.
Bursaspor do however, want to keep hold of Tufan next season according to club president Recep Bölükbaşı.
“We have lots of offers, some have been pretty astronomical but we want to keep hold of our best players,” Bölükbaşı told IHA.
The 20-year-old midfielder has three goals and nine assists in 41 appearances for Bursaspor this season.