Tottenham transfer news: Portuguese star close to €2.5m per season deal with Galatasaray


Tottenham transfer news: Portuguese star close to €2.5m per season deal with Galatasaray

Tottenham target Bruma is close to signing a new contract with Galatasaray, sources close to the player revealed to

The Portuguese U21 international has been in talks with the Istanbul giants over a new contract for the past two weeks and is close to agreeing a €2.5 million per-season extension.

The deal will include a release clause in Bruma’s contract which will be set at €30 million for non Turkish Super League sides.

Per-the-source, Tottenham – along with several other unnamed Premier League sides – have been monitoring Bruma this season and have has scouts present at Galatasaray games.

The pacy winger still has a 18 months remaining on his current deal however, Galatasaray are worried that they may lose him for less than their valuation.

Galatasaray recently completed the signing of Garry Rodrigues from the Greek side PAOK. The Cape Verde international’s arrival was taken as a signal that Bruma could be on the move by sections of the Turkish press.

The Istanbul based club have also struck a deal with Genclerbirligi to sign the Turkish international defender Ahmet Calik. The Lions have been on the lookout for a new defender following the long-term injury to summer signing Serdar Aziz.

In other Tottenham transfer news, the north London based club are preparing a £100,000-a-week deal for Dele Alli to ward off Real Madrid, according to The Sun.


Bruma is currently experiencing his best season at Galatasaray since joining the Lions from Sporting Lisbon back in 2013 for €10 million.

The 22-year-old been in impressive form for Galatasaray this season scoring five times and providing five assists in 16 league games. Bruma struggled in his first two seasons in Istanbul primarily due to injuries.

The Portuguese winger was sent out on a season-long loan to Real Sociedad last season before hitting the ground running on his return to Galatasaray.