I don't want to be too much of a buzzkiller, but maybe you should lower your expectations on Hümmet.
Yes, Malmö FF played in the Champions League. Yes, they have a really good academy, but the usually sell 2-3 youngsters a year. Look for examples on Transfermarkt (http://www.transfermarkt.de/malmo-ff-u1 ... erein/7917
): Slavkovski (Inter), Pivkovski (Blackburn), Lewicki (Bayern München), Asaad (Udinese), Rustemaj (Blackburn), Hammar (Everton), Islamovic (Fulham), Zekovic (Catania)...
The, by far, best career among them is Lewicki, who's now playing in... Malmö FF. The rest? Pfff... Players like Slavkovski, Rustemaj, Zekovic, Asaad etc. isn't even CFA-good.
Malmö FF:s youngster often gets very hyped. Hümmet isn't the first "the new Ibrahimovic", it's used more often in Sweden than "the new Zidane" is used in France. Slavkovski, Rustemaj, and Islamovic are som others "the new Ibrahimovic".
Hümmet might get a good career, but if he had chose to represent Swedens national team, instead of Turkey, I'm not even sure he would play for the U19-national team. He's not among the ten biggest talents in Sweden born 1996 (Strandberg, Ssewankambo, Wahlqvist, Engvall, Berisha, Andersson, Mohlin, Rakip etc. are waaay ahead of him). I've just seen him twice, but he didn't show anything in those two games.
I'm not even sure that anyone who's not from Malmö knows who he is. I was thinking he would be lucky to ge maybe a decent career in Allsvenskan, but not much else. I could be wrong and I believe Furlan has seen something interesting, but to buy "a new Ibrahimovic" from Sweden is almost always going to be a huge disappointment.
Sorry for english.