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Bruma tipped to make future Premier League move

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The agent of Galatasaray winger Bruma has revealed that he expects his client to play in the Premier League in the future, amid interest from Manchester United and Chelsea. 

This has been reported by the Express, with the player's agent, Marco Kirdemir, going on to reveal that Bruma could have joined Sunderland on loan in January but the deal fell through because he picked up an injury. He's also insisted that Merseyside outfit Everton were interested in the youngster's signature as well as French outfit Monaco. 

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On the move? 

Bruma, who is still just 19-years-old, certainly looks set for a bright future in the game as he can terrorise defenders with his pace and skill. When speaking about his client, Kirdemir said: "Sunderland wanted to loan Bruma in January.

"However, he got injured a week later and the deal fell through.

"This summer Everton and Monaco wanted Bruma on loan, they had been keeping tabs on him for a while.

"Everton were very keen on signing Bruma, however, Ünal Aysal was not prepared to loan him out.

"The president made it clear that he would only consider bids for a permanent deal.

"It wouldn't be a surprise if more offers were made this season, he will be playing Champions League football and is bound to impress.

"I can see Bruma playing in the Premier League in the future."

It appears, then, that the Portuguese ace, who only moved to Galatasaray from Sporting Lisbon last season, could be on the move again in the near future, but it remains to be seen as to whether the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea step up their interest in the forward.

Manchester United and Chelsea options 

Bruma, of course, will have to impress the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea as he takes part in this Champions League competition. The Red Devils, as well as Chelsea already have an array of talent in their forward line. 

United have the likes of Adnan Januzaj, Angel di Maria, Juan Mata and Co. fighting it out for places under Louis van Gaal, whilst Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has Eden Hazard, Oscar, Willian and Co. to choose from at Stamford Bridge.  

The two clubs certainly have some of the finest attacking talents at their disposal and will be hoping to enjoy success this term. Both clubs will be back in action after the international break, with Manchester United set to play host to QPR on September 14, whilst Chelsea will be looking to secure their fourth straight Premier League victory with a win over Welsh outfit Swansea City the day before. 

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