Manchester City have signed Enes Unal, the Turkish wunderkind from the Superlig side Bursaspor. The player had been a hot target for many European clubs, but the English side completed his move to their club.
The 18-year-old already has over 35 appearances to his name for the Turkish side and scoring 4 goals after having debuted back in 2013. He was also the youngest player to score a goal at the SuperLig, and his amazing performances ensured a swift call from the Turkish U-21 side.
He also had a mind-boggling record in the Coca-Cola academy league, where he scored a clear 170 goals in just 102 matches. He recently earned his first national team cap against Luxembourg. The deal is estimated to be close to £2m, but it can be slightly higher.
It would be a brilliant addition for the citizens, as the team seeks to improve its academy. With the likes of James Milner and Nastatic already leaving the club, he would be a welcome relief. We can look forward to many more transfers from the Manchester side, as their FFP constraints were recently taken down by UEFA.