Barca track Spurs star

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Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Sandro is being tracked by Barcelona, according to talkSPORT.

The 22-year-old has produced some superb performances for Harry Redknapp's side this season since joint the club from Internacional.

But his performances in the Champions League, particularly against AC Milan have really caught the eye and Europe's elite are circling around the Tottenham star.


Both Inter and AC Milan are interested in Sandro, who was given plenty of opportunities for Spurs after a long-term injury to Tom Huddlestone.

Sandro moved to Tottenham for £8 million last summer from his native Brazil but may be looking to move to pastures new this summer some of the giants of European football come in for him.

Spurs are looking to bring several names to White Hart Lane this summer as they look to boost their claim that they can challenge for the Premier League title with Didier Drogba, Romelu Lukaku and Gary Cahill all linked with the club.

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