I don't know whether it will be an upward bifurcation from the Hurjet project or a downward fork from the MMU, but I'm almost sure that we will see another fighter jet between the two platforms, in 2030s. In addition to the TF-6000/10000 engine development program We need two engines, one in the 20.000lb (with afterburner) and one in the 35.000lb in heavy class. Apart from the Hurjet advanced training jet, the KE's heavy variant can use this 20,000lb engine in twin and single engine configurations, and the Anka-3 follow-on/heavier variant in single engine configuration, without a/b.
The 35,000lb engine can be used as a single engine in this intermediate jet as well as the MMU. Also, if the force needs a high-capacity strategic bomber/penetrator/tanker etc, this engine could be used to achieve a much heavier and larger variant of latest ANKA fork.
So to summarize, we need engines in 3 main classes for possible combat aviation projects in the medium to long term:
1. 6000/10000 light class turbofan
2. 24000/35000 heavy class turbofan
3. 13000/20000 medium class turbofan