The chances of seeing Galatasaray winger Bruma move to Tottenham Hotspur have become higher, if the latest new reports from Turkey can be believed.
Yesterday, Aksam said Spurs were sending a delegation to the match between Galatasaray and Fenerbahce so they could evaluate the player for one last time.
The London club have already watched Bruma six times, and this scouting in the derby would just confirm if they should make a move for him.
Positive news comes from Haber Bedava today, who say the player has rejected an offer to extend his contract in Turkey because he wants to join a Premier League side.
As Bruma’s contract at Galatasaray expires at the end of next season, the club will have to find a way to make money before he leaves for free.
The word in Turkey is that they want at least €25m for the player. Let’s see how much his desire to leave can influence that price, it’s all set up for a Daniel Levy pile-the-pressure-on special.