Last Updated: Sun, 30 Jun 2013 14:04
Jose Mourinho is believed to be eyeing a move to bring rising Portuguese starlet Bruma to Chelsea from Sporting Lisbon.
The 18-year-old has only a limited amount of first-team football behind him but he has already been dubbed as the 'new Cristiano Ronaldo' and Mourinho reportedly wants him on board for next season to oversee his development.
Bruma has also been attracting attention from Manchester United and Manchester City, but the Chelsea boss is confident he can see off their interest to land the teenager, who he has been watching for several months.
The Special One even recommended him to his former club Real Madrid before sealing his own switch back to Stamford Bridge earlier this summer.
Bruma has recently caught the eye playing for Portugal at the Under-20 World Cup in Turkey where he scored five goals in his side's first three matches.
However, the forward, who can operate anywhere across the front line, is adamant he won't let the speculation about his future distract him as he prepares for a last-16 showdown with Ghana on Wednesday.
He told Portuguese newspaper A Bola: "It's always nice to hear and to know of the interest of big clubs but I'm not thinking about it.
"I have people working on these issues and for now my main concern is to help my team to get as far in the Under-20 World Cup."
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