Galatasaray vice-president Ali Araboglu has spoken to Turkish website Ajansspor about Garry Rodrigues and the interest from other clubs.
The Cape Verde international has been linked with move to West Ham United in recent weeks.
Asked about the future of Rodrigues Araboglu said: “Yes, we are aware clubs are looking to sign him. I know that five clubs sent a scout to watch him last week. I think after his recent form, his price is now €30m.”
In March we covered reports from the Turkish press that West Ham made a €12m offer for the player, but Galatasaray were reportedly demanding a fee in the region of €18m.
However, since then Rodrigues has been in impressive form for the Turkish giants and more recent reports say he could cost €25m upwards.
Last week West Ham sent scouts to Turkey to get a further lowdown on the 27 year old and again the attacker was instrumental in his side’s victory over Akhisarspor.
Everton and Newcastle United have also been linked with the player.