Young winger keen to stay in Portugal.
Sporting Lisbon sensation Armindo Tué Na Bangna, more commonly known as Bruma, is not interested in leaving the club for Chelsea this summer, according to Sky Sports.
The Blues have been monitoring the 18-year-old Portuguese star, who has burst onto the scene this season with some appearances in Sporting’s first team.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has stressed that the club will look to invest in youth due to the new Financial Fair Play regulations brought in by UEFA, and Bruma is said to be one of his prime targets this summer.
Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham have all been linked with him as well, but the player himself has played down talk of a move, saying he is happy and at the club that he loves.
“Sporting Lisboa is the club that I love and I would like to discuss a new deal with the president,” he is quoted as saying.
He added that he has parted company with his agent, who he hinted may have been talking up interest from clubs such as Chelsea to engineer a lucrative move.
“I have split from my agent [Zahavi],” he said. “This is because I was not happy with negotiations over my future.
“Personally, I am happy at Sporting.”