According to Portuguese winger Bruma's agent Marco Kirdemir, the talented winger is headed for the Premier League.
The Portuguese youngster has been touted as one of the finest prospects to come out of his country for some time and it seems he is starting to attract Premier League interest.
Bruma is currently playing from Galatasaray in Turkey, but Kirdemir thinks that a move to England could be imminent.
"Sunderland wanted to loan Bruma in January," he is quoted as saying by ClubCall. "This summer Everton and Monaco wanted Bruma on loan, they had been keeping tabs on him for a while. I can see Bruma playing in the Premier League in the future."
Bruma is blessed with great pace and trickery, meaning that he should have the characteristics to play in the fast paced Premier League.
He is a direct runner and is capped all the way up to Under-21 level for his nation.
The hot prospect made his name whilst playing Sporting Lisbon, but his time in Turkey has been disappointing.
Despite Galatasaray putting a lot of faith in Bruma back in 2013, and paying €10 million to buy him, he has failed to live up to his promise.
Last season he was loaned out to Gaziantepspor, but he didn't manage to make any sort of impact there.
The hope is that a move away from Gala could rekindle his career and Everton and Sunderland clearly believe that he is worth the risk, if his agent is to be believed.
Bruma is likely to move to either club on loan before they commit money to signing him on a permanent transfer, with Roberto Martinez and Gus Poyet keen to see what standard he is at, but he could add a new dimension to their attacks if he finds his top form again.