Galatasaray wonderkid Bruma has been made available in January, with his agent revealing that offers have been made for the £8 million rated star, as reported by the Daily Express.
This means that both Chelsea and Manchester United have been put on red alert heading into the January transfer window.
The 20 year old is considered to be one of the most exciting talents in European football but has lost his place in the side since former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini was replaced by his Italian compatriot Cesare Prandelli.
Man Utd and Chelsea are not the only Premier League sides thought to be tracking him, with Everton and Sunderland also monitoring the wonderkid.
Reports in Turkey are now suggesting that Bruma is available to sign in January, with Galatasaray looking to recoup the money that they spent on him a year ago.
This, in part, might be as a result of supposed financial trouble going on at the Turkish side.
His agent has revealed offers are taking place.
He said: “We have received an offer from Genoa and a couple more sides in Europe. Galatasaray have not accepted any of these bids.
“If a club wants to sign Bruma they will have to pay the money up front, not in instalments.”