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20th Sep, 2016 | 8:09am

Report: Tottenham jet out on Euro scouting mission, Pochettino eyes £21.4m attacker

By Harvey Byrne

Tottenham sent scouts to monitor Galatasaray winger Bruma in their match against Kayserispor, according to a report.

Turkish football news outlet, Turkish Football has claimed  that sources close to Galatasary have told them that Spurs alongside Arsenal, West Ham and Chelsea are all keeping tabs on the 21-year-old.

It is stated that the Turkish giants want to keep Bruma on at the club this season, but they would be open to a move next summer.

It is also claimed that Galatasary value the Portugal Under-21 international as being worth £21.4million.

The left-winger still has two years left on his current deal in Turkey and Galatasary are yet to open negotiations with the youngster.

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Bruma left Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon for Galatasary in the summer of 2013 in an £8.5million deal.

He has featured in 39 encounters for the club during his three-year stay, while also enjoying loan spells at Turkish club Gaziantepspor and La Liga side Real Sociedad.

The youngster has started all four matches for Galatasary in the new campaign, scoring one goal as he looks to become an integral part of the Turkish side’s squad.

Tottenham brought attacking midfielders Moussa Sissoko and Georges-Kevin N’Koudou to the club in the summer, but Mauricio Pochettino could be keen to add another young talent to his side.

In other Tottenham transfer news, Heung-min Son told Mauricio Pochettino he wanted to quit the club just weeks ago.