Galatasaray have released a statement denying winger Bruma has agreed a summer move to Tottenham.
On Monday, Turkish newspaper Sabah reported Bruma will only sign a new contract if his current wages are doubled, and that the 22-year-old will join Spurs if his demands aren’t met.
The agreed fee for the Portugal international was suggested to be in the region of £12.5 million, but Galatasaray have moved quickly to reject all of the claims made by Sabah.
In a statement, the club said: “In this news that is not really interesting, there is no official offer to reach us, just as there is no secret agreement for the price of the club that has been named.”
The named club is indeed Tottenham, who are likely to be scouting attacking reinforcements for season. Georges-Kevin N’Koudou and Moussa Sissoko, both signed as wingers, have been largely disappointing since arriving last summer, so it makes sense for Spurs to be looking at new wide players.