Manchester United have been keeping close tabs on Galatasaray defender Ozan Kabak this season.
Turkish-Football reported United interest in the 18-year-old defender back in October.
Since then The Sun published a story this month that the Red Devils are continuing to monitor the Turkey international.
Kabak meanwhile is in contract talks with Galatasaray over an extension deal that would see him sign a five-year agreement a source close to the club revealed to Turkish-Football.
The young defender went from earning 5,000 TL when he signed a professional contract with the club aged 17 to an 890,000 TL-a-year deal after breaking into the first-team.
The Turkey international could be set for his third deal if he agrees to the terms put forward by Galatasaray.
The new deal would include a €20m release clause option which would only be available to non-Turkish clubs.
The reigning Super Lig champions are not against selling Kabak but want to make sure he leaves for a price that matches their valuation.
The star defender has started the last nine games for the Istanbul based outfit in the league this term.
Kabak also started the last four Champions League games for the Lions.