By Emma Sanders
Galatasaray winger Bruma has delivered an update on his future amid transfer speculation linking him with a move to Tottenham.
Portuguese publication O Jogo, published an interview with the 22-year-old in their newspaper and he appeared to shrug off talk of a switch to White Hart Lane.
Squawka claimed Bruma is a target of Mauricio Pochettino’s and the Argentine is prepared to make up to a £22 million bid for the youngster in January.
The winger is currently playing for Galatasaray and he appears to be enjoying his time with the Portuguese outfit, insisting he has not considered a move away.
“For now, I don’t think about the future. I have a contract with Galatasaray, I’m happy because everyone loves me here. The fans treat me well, sing my name. They already treat me like one of their sons,” said Bruma, as quoted by TalkSPORT.
Bruma has already made 11 starts in the Super Lig this season and has been in impressive form, scoring four goals and picking up three assists.
The youngster is capable of playing on either wing and his versatility makes him a danger to opponents which is why he has attracted attention in Europe.
During his 11 league appearances, Bruma has picked up an astonishing five Man of the Match awards and has represented the Portugal under-21 side on five occasions in 2016.
His last international goal came during Portugal’s 4-0 youth victory against Liechtenstein in March 2016 and he is expecting a call-up to the senior squad soon after being named on the bench for two World Cup qualification matches in 2013.
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