Last Updated: Mon, 01 Jul 2013 13:48
Sporting Lisbon winger Bruma says he is flattered to be linked with Chelsea but is focused on the Under-20 World Cup for now.
The 18-year-old, who has represented Portugal at every international level from the Under-15s to the Under-20s, is currently in Turkey looking to help his country win the ongoing tournament.
However it has not stopped speculation linking Bruma - whose full name is Armindo Tue Na Bangna - with a move to both Chelsea and top flight rivals Manchester City this summer.
The player has only actually made 13 appearances for Sporting Lisbon but he has shone in the Portuguese outfit's B team with six goals in 25 appearances.
It is thought Bruma would relish an opportunity to follow in the footsteps of players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani who left Sporting to become successful Premier League players at Manchester United. But for the time being he wants to put his energies into helping Portugal win the Under-20 World Cup.
He told 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 get as far in the Under-20 World Cup."
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