Newcastle and Fulham will face fierce competition from a host of European clubs if they move for Kayserispor winger Nordin Amrabat.
The Premier League pair are monitoring the Moroccan international's progress and are believed to be weighing up summer bids.
But talkSPORT has been told that Galatasaray are keen to keep him in the Turkish Super League, while Espanyol and Borussia Dortmund are also interested in the Dutch-born wideman, who moved to Turkey back in January 2011 from PSV Eindhoven.
Amrabat, 24, starred for Morocco in the recent Africa Cup of Nations and is desperate to test himself in one of Europe’s elite leagues.
Fulham and Newcastle have been alerted to his potential availability, with Martin Jol keen to bolster his attacking options and Toon boss Alan Pardew on the lookout for a winger, with Gabriel Obertan failing to impress in his first season on Tyneside.
“Nordin's ambition is to play in one of the elite European leagues and his pace and strength on the ball would certainly suit the Premier League," Amrabat's agent, Barry Thomas, told talkSPORT.
"For now he's only concentrating on his football with Kayserispor as he knows that any move abroad will depend on him playing his best every week."