The Premier league giants, Arsenal and Chelsea have joined the race to sign Bursaspor striker Ali Akman, reports guarantee.
The youngster has been in extraordinary form for Bursaspor, scoring nine goals in 16 games as of now this season.
However, they are surrendered to losing him after he turned down another deal and he just has six months remaining on his present contract.
The Turkish outfit are eager to capitalize on him now instead of risk losing him on a free transfer in the summer and the Premier league giants can sign him for only £3million, as indicated by report.
There is a major queue of interested clubs with regards to the race to sign him.
Red Bull Salzburg and Galatasaray endeavored to strike a deal for the 18-year-old in December, while clubs in Germany, Italy and France have also shown an interest.
Ali Akman burst onto the scene as a 16-year-old and has since set up himself as an important figure in the Bursaspor side.
He accepts, nonetheless, that he is prepared for the following stage in his career and is set for another test.
The Turkish outfit have set an asking price of £3m for his services they might be compelled to acknowledge less given the financial effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Given how effectively he has stepped up to first-team football in Turkey, he could end up being a staggeringly astute signing in the long term, regardless of whether it turns out he’s not exactly prepared for high level Premier League football.