Man City tracking 17-year-old Turkish wonderkid Arda Guler over summer transfer after impressing at Fenerbahce | The Sun
MANCHESTER CITY are reportedly keeping tabs on Turkish wonderkid Arda Guler.
A summer transfer move could be in the offing for the impressive 17-year-old who has caught the eye after breaking into Fenerbahce's first team.
Pep Guardiola kept his cards close to his chest in the January window with only Argentine midfielder Maximo Perrone entering the club.
But Turkish sports newspaper Fanatik report the club are already weighing up a summer move for Guler.
They claim he has impressed scouts with his recent performances and is seen as having "superstar potential".
The silky midfielder plays with a confidence beyond his years and has demonstrated fantastic footwork during his first-team appearances for Fenerbahce.
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The scouts are also believed to have been impressed with his quick decision-making and ability to read the game.
But they added that he could improve on his physicality and tempo.
The report claims Man City are ready to swoop for the young star at the end of the season.
But PSG have also been linked to Guler and could pounce themselves.
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The teenager has made eight league appearances for Fenerbahce this season and contributed two goals.
He plays at the Turkish club alongside World Cup star Enner Valencia, former Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi and ex-Bournemouth frontman Joshua King.
The club currently trail Galatasaray by six points in the Turkish Super Lig title race.
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