Man Utd, Liverpool, Arsenal and Spurs target told to leave Turkey

Date published: Tuesday 20th February 2018 1:01

Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenam target Yusuf Yazici has reportedly been told to leave Turkey in the summer.

The 21-year-old Trabzonspor playmaker has scored three times and grabbed three assists this season and has developed into a regular for the Super Lig side after impressing last term.

Yazici, who is represented by Mesut Ozil’s agent Dr Erkut Sogut, has a contract until 2022, but he has in the past been linked with moves to the Premier League.

SporX claimed Tottenham and Manchester United were interested in the player in December, while Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Liverpool are all believed to have scouted the player.

In November, Fanatik even reported the Gunners were ready to part with £14million to land Yazici.

Now though Fotospor, report Yusuf’s representatives have travelled to Trabzon to hold talks with both player and his club.

And, per the source, Dr Sogut has advised Yazici to consider a move out of Turkey at the end of the season, with a move to the Premier League a distinct possibility.

The player’s representative has apparently approached Trabzonspor president Muharrem Usta to discuss the asking price for the Turkey international.

Turkish outlet Fotomac claimed in October that Trabzonspor had put a £17.5million price tag on Yazici and would not accept any lower offers.


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