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Everton linked to Galatasary winger Bruma once again

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Rumours in Turkey are suggesting that Everton could do battle with a host of Premier League clubs for Galatasary winger Bruma.

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Everton are once again being linked to Galatasary winger Bruma.

According to the reports in Turkey, the Portuguese starlet will be made available in January after failing to establish himself in the club's first team.

The reports claim that the Turkish giants will look to recoup the £8m they paid Sporting Lisbon for the winger last year, and that has alerted the attentions of Chelsea, Manchester United, Everton, Sunderland and West Ham United, to name but a few.

Back in September we reported how Everton had apparently missed out on a deal for the winger last year, when his agent Marco Kirdemir revealed that Galatasary president Unal Aysal was not prepared to loan him out and would only consider a permanent deal.

At the time, Everton were said to be competing with Monaco for the youngster's signing, although Sunderland were reportedly close to a deal last January. He has made just 11 appearances for Galatasary and it seems as if the player, labelled the ‘new Ronaldo' will soon be on the move.

What with Christian Atsu failing to impress and Roberto Martinez keen on signing young and technically talented players, there may be something to these rumours although the relatively large fee being bandied around may prove a stumbling block. What are your thoughts? Would you have liked to see Bruma in an Everton shirt? Get your votes and comments in below.