A host of Premier League clubs are ready to make a move for Moroccan international Nordin Amrabat, Sky Sports understands.
Galatasaray paid over £7million for the 26-year-old from Kayserispor last summer, but new rules in Turkey introduced last season limit the amount of foreign players in a matchday squad which could mean Amrabat becomes available.
The highly-rated Dutch-born forward impressed in the Champions League against the likes of Manchester United and Real Madrid last season, which has led to the interest in England after it emerged he would be keen on a switch to the Premier League.
The player's agent Barry Thomas admitted that Ambrabat was attracting interest, but his future was in the hands of Galatasaray.
"We're aware of the interest from the Premier League," Thomas told Sky Sports.
"But he's contracted to Galatasaray and although tighter restrictions on foreign players in the Turkish league mean he could be available, his future very much depends on Galatasaray."