Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon are in talks to sign Galatasaray winger Armindo Bruma, according to A Bola.
New Lions boss Jorge Jesus sees the 20-year-old as a great long-term replacement for Nani, who has returned to Manchester United.
The two clubs established the first contact a couple of weeks back and it appears the talks have gained momentum of late.
Armindo Bruma is likely to be interested in a return to Estadio Jose Alvalade, having failed to prove his worth in Turkish Super Lig.
After impressing in his first professional season with the Lions, Bruma joined Galatasaray in a €10 million deal, but a serious injury hindered his progress.
Bruma went on to make twenty league outings last term, scoring one goal, but it appears that his career with the Turkish giants is drawing to a close.
It is now clear that the winger should not have left Sporting at such a young age, but everything suggests he will be given a second opportunity to leave his mark on the club.