Unal attracted attention from across Europe after scoring 182 goals in just 100 appearances for Bursaspor's reserve side, along with 24 goals in 25 international games at Under-16 level for Turkey. At 16 he became the youngest player to score in the Turkish Super Lig, netting two minutes after coming on as a substitute in the 72nd minute of a 1-1 draw with Galatasaray in August 2013. His six other goals for the first-team also came from after coming off the substitutes bench. He also won his first senior cap for Turkey against Luxembourg in March, playing 33 minutes in a 2-1 win. And according to the Manchester Evening News, Unal's family are Manchester City fans, and he even tweeted after their dramatic 2012 title win "I can’t believe it, everybody in my house including my mum are M.City fans." That will go down well... Sergio Aguero: Scores City's title-winning goal in 2012, an occasion Unal celebrated himself Sergio Aguero: Scores City's title-winning goal in 2012, an occasion Unal celebrated himself Will he get a chance? As with any club in the top four of the Premier League, there will be no guarantees for Unal. Among the multi-million pound recruits at Manchester City since Manuel Pellegrini's arrival in 2013 are younger prospects Bruno Zucilini and Zacharias Faour, and the pair give some indication as to how Unal may be utilised over the next one or two seasons. Argentine midfielder Zucilini, 22, was signed from Racing Club in 2014, and despite playing 30 minutes in City's 3-0 defeat by Arsenal in the Community Shield, was loaned to Cordoba for more first-team experience.