Sheffield United youngster David Brooks is attracting the interest of Turkish giants Fenerbahce, according to a report from Ajansspor.
The 20 year old has come through the academy at Sheffield United after joining the club from Manchester City in 2014.
Brooks signed his first professional deal with the Blades in 2015 and was loaned out to National League side Halifax in the same season.
He made 5 appearances for the Non-League outfit, scoring one goal.
The Welsh international made his first appearance for United in 2016 against Walsall and has been a regular feature in the matchday squad since.
Since his debut against the Saddlers, Brooks has made 30 appearances for the Blades, notching 3 goals in the process.
His performances in the Championship did not go unnoticed by then Wales manager Chris Coleman who called Brooks up for the National side last October.
Despite being born in Warrington, he qualifies to play for the Welsh team through his mother.
Brooks made his senior debut for Wales on 10 November 2017, coming on as a substitute in a 2–0 defeat against France.
Last season saw the 20 year old put pen to paper on a new deal at Bramall Lane, as he committed his future to the club until 2021.
Blades boss Chris Wilder will be reluctant to let the academy graduate leave the club this summer, but could expect a hefty sum if Brooks favoured a move to the Turkish side.
Brooks has enjoyed a successful career in English football since his breakthrough in to the United first team. However, the attacking midfielder could be playing his football in Turkey next season if the right offer comes in.