Man city set to bolster their squad for next season to win the race for Premier League title and according to the latest reports Manchester City have reached an agreement to sign 18 year old Bursaspor striker Enes Unal.
Both the Bursaspor president and the player’s agent concur that verbal agreement has been reached, and that a deal could be tied up this weekend, with City set to pay in the region of £500,000, according to the Guardian.
‘An agreement in principle has been reached. Bursaspor have given Unal permission to have a medical at Manchester City.”
He had made his Bursaspor debut in the Europa League in August 2013 at 16 years old and then scored on his Turkish Super Lig debut against Galatasaray the following month, becoming the division’s youngest ever goal scorer and he has been considered to have a bright future and Citizens are keen on to sign him this summer.