Manchester City are prepared to cash in on free-scoring Turkish striker Enes Ünal, with Spanish club Villarreal poised to sign him on a permanent deal according to Estadio Deportivo.
Journalist Enrique García claims that a deal is done that will see the 20-year-old, who enjoyed a great season on loan at FC Twente, head to the Yellow Submarine for a transfer fee.
#Fichajes | El delantero Enes Ünal llegaría traspasado al Villarreal procedente del City
— Enrique García (@EnriqueGarciaED) May 27, 2017
Villarreal are negotiating a fee of between €10 million and €12 million with Manchester City, who will look to include a €20 million to €25 million buy-back clause.
García also states that Man City will have an option to buy back the talented striker for two years, a wise move considering the potential he has shown at such a young age.
Ünal’s agent last night denied dubious claims from Turkey that Valencia were set to sign the player on loan with an option to buy for €40 million, and it remains to be seen if this latest story is true – Estadio Deportivo is a supplement of the daily newspaper El Mundo, the second largest printed daily newspaper in Spain.