Real Betis have joined Premier League clubs with interest in Borussia Dortmund winger Emre Mor, according to reports.
The 20-year-old has been linked with a summer exit from the Bundesliga club as he indicated a desire for more frequent playing time after making 12 league appearances last season.
English sides Huddersfield and Everton are said to be in talks with Dortmund, but it is also now confirmed by Mor’s agent Muzzi Ozcan that interest has developed from Betis.
“We had an agreement with Inter, but they changed the terms of the contract,” Ozcan is quoted as saying by Estadio Deportivo.
“They wanted to put a termination clause of €80m and other absurd details, so the transfer was not made.
“Fiorentina, Lille, Betis, Huddersfield and Everton have all enquired too and we have held meetings.”
The youngster is widely regarded as one of European football’s hottest properties and made headlines when he moved to Dortmund from Danish side Nordsjaelland last year.
Mor, who was born in Denmark – did feature for their youth sides at international level but he has opted to represent Turkey at senior level, making twelve appearances following a debut in 2016 against Montenegro.
Betis have been proactive in the transfer window this summer, signing a handful of players including Ryad Boudebouz and Sergio Leon, however, boss Quique Setien remains keen on more arrivals to boost his side’s chances of reaching Europe.