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Lucas deals Liverpool and Chelsea hopes a blow

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Sao Paulo starlet Lucas Moura has given the biggest indication of where his future lies once he leaves the Brazilian club.

 

Liverpool and Chelsea have been chasing the 19-year-old but it now appears he has set his heart on a move to Serie A and Inter Milan, according to sambafoot.com.

 

Both Kenny Dalglish and Andre Villas-Boas have been credited with an interest in him, but an interview with Italian newspaper Gazzetto dello Sport has confirmed he is ready to snub Stamford Bridge and Anfield for the San Siro.

 

“I have two dreams: playing at the Olympic Games with Brazil and then Inter,” he said.

“They are one of the biggest clubs in the world, Ronaldo played there and they have great players and team-mates of mine in the Brazil national team.

“They are not doing great now, but only recently they were winning a lot of things and delighting everyone, including here in Brazil.”

 

Lucas has attracted much attention form around Europe and some reports have claimed that Sao Paulo are demanding a fee of around €30million.

 

His form earned him a call-up to the Brazil national squad last year and he has made a number of appearances for the Selecao.

 

Lucas was also a member of the triumphant Brazil Under-20 side in the 2011 South American Youth Championships, scoring four goals in the tournament

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