Bursaspor striker Enes Ünal will not be leaving in January according to his agent Batur Altıparmak.
Altıparmak also warned clubs outside of Turkey that there are agents falsely claiming to represent the Ünal.
“Enes Ünal has a contract with Bursaspor that runs until 2016,” Altıparmak told Turkish-football.com.
“Unfortunately a number of licensed and unlicensed agents pretending to represent Enes have been trying to offer him to clubs outside of Turkey.
“I urge them to stop playing games with such a promising talent, Enes has scored 227 goals in 198 games and several teams are keeping close tabs on him.
“If any clubs are interested the only parties with any say on the matter are Bursaspor and myself.
“Enes is not 18 yet so he will not be leaving in January.”
Altıparmak also confirmed that there are German, Italian and Spanish clubs keeping tabs on Ünal.
“There are German, Italian and Spanish clubs interested in Ünal,” Altıparmak told Turkish-football.com.
Ünal has been closely linked with Bayern Munich, Borussia Mönchengladbach and Chelsea over recent weeks.
The 17-year-old striker has an extraordinary international record, hitting the back of the net 24 times in 25 games for the U16’s and has already been called-up to the U19 as well as the U21 sides.
Ünal became the youngest player ever to score in the Süper Lig last season and already has six first team goals for the Green Crocodiles.
The striker was recently listed in the Guardian as one of the 40 best young talents in world football.