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.



  1. i think staying with home grown talent is a better option not many overseas players match up to there cv just look at janssen nije and george well up to pooch and levy to work out

  2. We need home grown talent enough imports who have failed to do well in the PL focus on a strong finish and getting over wembley hoodoo for next season. Sign Defoe 1 yr as backup nothing to lose.

  3. I believe zaha fits that bill he would start the ground running suits our style we need to strengthen our squad now not wait for another season for them to settle in


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