Everton is ready to hand Henry Onyekuru his Premier League debut next season, but the Nigerian will need to be convinced to make the move.
The 21-year-old was signed by the Toffees 18-months ago from Belgian side, Eupen, but he had never played for the club due to work-permit issues
But now, Onyekuru would likely land a permit, as he is a regular for Nigeria and is one of the top-scorers in Turkey.
Galatasaray would like to keep the player, but there was a major interest from elsewhere, including Paris Saint Germain.
The French giants had been long-term admirers and they were ready to offer Everton a £20 million deal, but they were not the only interested party, as we understood fellow French sides Monaco and Marseille were also keen, along with Borussia Dortmund, Napoli and Sevilla.
Everton would be left with the decision to make, as their scouts had been issuing glowing reports on his progress back to Marco Silva and his staff.