Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are among the clubs keeping close tabs on Galatasaray star Kerem Aktürkoğlu, according to a report.

The winger impressed for the Turkish champions last season and has extended his good run into this season, managing five goals and seven assists from 16 games.

Fotomaç state the 24-year-old has ‘especially attracted attention’ from several clubs and the list includes Tottenham and Arsenal.

It’s said Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou follows the Turkey international closely while the Gunners watched him live in action in his side’s 3-2 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford last week.

Apart from the two north London clubs, the report explains West Ham United have also identified the player as a transfer target. Aktürkoğlu has a deal until 2026 and the outlet says he’s currently valued at €17m.

On October 24th, Galatasaray will host Bayern Munich in the Champions League and Fotomaç claim several clubs including Tottenham, Mikel Arteta’s side and the Hammers are likely to watch the attacker.

Last week, claims from the Turkish press explained that both Tottenham and Arsenal will send their scouts to Istanbul to watch the European tie.