Greek footballer Giannis Konstantelias has emerged as one of Europe’s top prospects, drawing attention from clubs abroad. The young international attacking midfielder, 20, who plays for PAOK FC has become a focal point for several leading European teams, with speculation intensifying, especially in Turkey.

Reports in neighboring Turkey suggest Konstanellias – whose market value currently stands at €8 million, according to Transfermarkt – is being eyed by Turkish powerhouse Galatasaray FC, which is interested in acquiring the standout. Galatasaray management is reportedly ready to make an offer for Konstantelias, potentially during the upcoming January transfer “window”, though PAOK’s intentions will play a crucial role.

“The transfer targets of Galatasaray are in full swing, with the club deciding to once again pursue attacking midfielder Giannis Konstantelias from PAOK. The Turkish team has knocked on the doors of the Greek team in recent months regarding Konstantelias but without success. The 20-year-old midfielder, under contract until 2027, is expected to leave during the mid-season transfers”, a report in Turkey reads.

Konstantelias has played in 27 games this season, contributing six goals and three assists. With four international appearances and one goal for the national team, his performance has attracted interest not only from Galatasaray but also from several top European clubs.