Spurs' Brazilian striker target 'dreaming' of move

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Tottenham Hotspur are on after after long-term target Leandro Damiao revealed he's dreaming of a move to Europe.

The Brazilian forward's profile has risen since his emergence in the Brazil national team and that have sparked interest from across Europe.

However, Tottenham, one of those strongly linked with the player, are hoping to resurrect a deal for the player which never came to fruition in the summer.

"I'm not in a hurry," he said. "Every player dreams of playing in Europe, but there must be a great opportunity for the club and for me. I know that at Internacional, I can win many titles."

Internacional also sold Sandro to Tottenham, and the North-Londoners will hope there two clubs' relationship can lead to another player coming their way.

Tottenham aren't the only major outfit looking at Damiao, with Juventus, Roma and AC Milan also reportedly interested in the forward, who has scored 41 goals in 69 appearances for his club.

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