Tottenham have sent club representatives overseas to discuss the signing of Galatasaray winger Bruma, according to reports coming out of Turkey.
Last month Galatasaray denied a £12.5 million fee had been agreed with Spurs. Bruma was believed to be eager for his wages to be doubled by his current employers or he would force a move.
Not long after that, ESPN reported that a deal for Bruma was “close to completion,” but there has been little talk since then.
Until now: Turkish outlet FotoMac claim Spurs and Manchester United representatives have been sent to Turkey to discuss potential deals for Bruma.
The 22-year-old has scored 10 goals and assisted eight in 33 appearances for Galatasaray this season — impressive figures for a wide player.
Tottenham are on the hunt for a winger who has the ability to stretch games. Moussa Sissoko hasn’t worked out in that regard, and Spurs have cooled their interest in Wilfried Zaha.