The FIFA agent responsible for taking Manchester United & Chelsea target Bruma to Galatasaray has said that the player is worth as much as €40million, according to Portuguese newspaper A Bola.
The Portuguese starlet, who joined Galatasaray from Sporting earlier in the summer, has been followed by a number of clubs, with United and Chelsea expressing particular interest.
At only 18-years-of-age Bruma is tipped for an exciting future, and the FIFA agent who contributed largely to his transfer to Galatasaray, Marco Kirdemir, has said that he can now be worth up to four times the amount the Turkish giants paid for his services.
Kirdemir said: "Bruma is really the style of Cristiano Ronaldo. Galatasaray can take advantage of it and then sell it for 35 to 40 million euros."
The starlet had previously only played at Sporting, and scored an abundance of goals at numerous age categories.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho was said to be keen on acquiring Bruma over the course of the summer, and despite him signing for Galatasaray, the prodigal youngster remains a clear target.
Manchester United are also keeping tabs on the situation, after reportedly being rejected by Bruma in the transfer window.