Last weekend Manchester City last sent scouts to get a lowdown on Altinordu youngster Burak Ince, report Fotospor.

The 15 year old, who has now become the youngest player ever to play in the Turkish second tier, scored against Eskisehirspor during his side’s win. Ince also provided an assist during an impressive individual performance.

Fotospor claim along with Manchester City, French club Lille and German side Freiburg are tracking him, and his performances are likely be closely monitored by these clubs.

The attacking midfielder was promoted to the club’s first team this summer and he’s played three games already this season.

Altinordu signed Ince from Manisaspor when he was just 11 years old and he’s another player in recent years to graduate from their academy to the senior team.

Manchester City are familiar with the Turkish market after signing Enes Unal from Bursaspor in 2016 and they were also linked with a move for Altinordu goalkeeper Berke Ozer, prior to his transfer to Fenerbahce.