Brazil ace declares interest in Premier League move

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Brazil hitman Luis Fabiano has admitted he would love to play for Tottenham, as his future at Sevilla remains unclear.

Fabiano has been linked with Spurs throughout the summer, with manager Harry Redknapp declaring his interest on numerous occasions.

And, with rumours of Twente’s Bryan Ruiz heading to the Spanish giants, Fabiano could be on his way out of the door.

It had been thought he may have been left out of Sevilla’s Champions League qualifier against Braga this week but he played – potentially lowering his value.

With just one year left on his contract and no way he can play in the Champions League for anyone other than the La Liga side Spurs will not want to part with a lot of money.

However, Sevilla will want to sell because Fabiano has admitted he would love to move to White Hart Lane within the next couple of years.

He is quoted in the Express saying: “I feel that I could fire them to the finish above Arsenal I know the club and fans so desperately want.

“My next contract will be my last one, or at least my last big one, and I have to take that into account. My goal record in La Liga speaks for itself.”

Fabiano will not come cheap for Spurs, though, because he feels he deserves a contract on par with some of the best strikers in the world.

“I believe myself to be one of the top strikers in the world and you just need to look at the deals players like David Villa, Samuel Eto’o and Didier Drogba are on,” he added.

“I truly believe in the next two seasons Spurs can win the Premier League or European Cup. I’d love to be a part of it – I just need to know that they value me as one of the world’s top strikers.”

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