Manchester City starlet Enes Unal is keen on a move to the Dutch Eredivisie.
A source close to the player has revealed to CaughtOffside’s Eren Sarigul that Unal wants to spend a season on loan to an Eredivisie side, as the 19-year-old will be unable to play in England next season due to not having a work permit.
Man City signed Unal from Bursaspor for £2.25 million last summer on a four year deal, and the Citizens sent the Turkey international out on loan to KRC Genk where he made just two starts.
The young striker was recalled from Genk in January and was once again sent out on loan to NAC Breda. Unal went onto score nine goals and provide two assists in 11 games in the Dutch second tier outfit.
In 2013, aged 16, the City wonderkid became the youngest player to score in the Turkish top flight scoring against Galatasaray and he had a terrific record at youth and international youth level which earned him a move to Manchester.
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