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Teenage Bursaspor striker Enes Unal has been linked with a possible January move to Chelsea or Bayern Munich.
However, the 17-year-old wonderkid will not be transferring clubs this month, according to his agent Batur Altiparmak.
Altiparmak told turkish-football.com that Unal will be remaining at Bursaspor until he is at least 18. He also claimed that there are some ‘fakes’ pretending to represent Unal.
“Enes Unal has a contract with Bursaspor that runs until 2016,” said Altiparmak.
“Unfortunately a number of licensed and unlicensed agents pretending to represent Enes have been trying to offer him to clubs outside of Turkey.
“I urge them to stop playing games with such a promising talent, Enes has scored 227 goals in 198 games and several teams are keeping close tabs on him.
“If any clubs are interested the only parties with any say on the matter are Bursaspor and myself.
“Enes is not 18 yet so he will not be leaving in January.”
Unal has been heavily linked with Munich, Borussia Monchengladbach and Chelsea in recent weeks.
Altiparmak claims that the youngster has also caught the eye of teams in Spain and Italy.
He added: “There are German, Italian and Spanish clubs interested in Unal.”
Unal has yet to play for Turkey’s senior team, but he has an impressive record as a youth international.
He has scored once for Turkey’s Under-21s and once for the Under-17s.
His best figures came during his time with Turkey’s Under-16s, for whom he bagged 25 goals in 24 games.
Domestically, Unal broke a record to become the youngest player ever to score in the Super Lig last season.
He has netted six first team goals for Bursaspor to date.
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