Kayseri Erciyesspor midfielder Oğulcan Çağlayan has been signed by Greek giants Olympiakos on a €2m move according to Fanatik.
The Turkish sports newspaper also recently linked Aston Villa were with a move for the Turkish youth international.
Erciyesspor President Ziya Eren recently confirmed that the club had received two offers from foreign clubs for Çağlayan.
We have received two offers from two major clubs from abroad,” Eren told AMK.
The 19-year-old has been capped for the U-16,U-17,U-18 and U-19 Turkish national teams.
Çağlayan joined Erciyesspor from Gaziantepspor in February 2015 for €365,000. The young striker now has a market value of €2 million.
Erciyesspor were relegated from the Turkish Super Lig last season after picking up just 27 points in 34 games.
Olympiakos won the double in Greece last season and were coached by current Fenerbahçe manager Vitor Pereira.
Çağlayan will become the second Turkish international to play for Olympiakos since Colin Kazim Richards.