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Galatasaray Willing To Sell Chelsea Target Bruma

Turkish club have rejected a £12m bid, but they are prepared to sell.

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Galatasaray president Unal Aysal has admitted that he would consider selling Chelsea target Bruma for the right price.

Winger Bruma only joined Gala from Sporting Lisbon 12 months ago, but the 19-year-old is already attracting plenty of interest from club’s in Europe’s top leagues.

Everton have had a loan bid turned down, while AS Monaco were unsuccessful with a £12m offer.

Galatasaray have no intention of sending Bruma out on loan and they will demand in excess of £12m if he is to leave on a permanent basis.

Aysal told Turkish newspaper Bugun: “We are not interested in loaning Bruma, we may consider a permanent transfer if the price is right.”

Bruma signed a five-year contract in Istanbul when he joined for an £8m transfer fee last summer.
He made 15 first-team appearances in all competitions for Gala during a season that was disrupted by injury.
Bruma was born in Guinea-Bissau, but he has represented Portugal at seven different youth levels, scoring 28 goals for the European nation.
He was one of the standout performers at the 2013 Under-20 World Cup in Turkey, where he scored five goals in four matches.
Galatasaray finished second in last season’s Super Lig, nine points behind champions Fenerbahce.
Despite their disappointment in the domestic league, Gala won the Turkish Cup and reached the last 16 of the Champions League.

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