Spurs star has eyes for Serie A

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Spurs midfielder Sandro would be interested in a move to Serie A, according to his agent.


The White Hart Lane favourite has been confined to the bench for much of this season due to the form of Scott Parker, report Talksport


Harry Redknapp would not want to lose such a promising talent but will persevere with England international Parker.


Sandro’s agent Luiz Paulo Chignall was speaking with Italian website Notiziario Sportivo when he refused to rule out a move to Italy for the Brazilain international.


“A move to Italy? Sandro is interested in playing in the major leagues, and Serie A is one of them,” he said.


“In football you can never rule anything out, though, with it possible that negotiations will see all parties reach an agreement.”


Despite this flirting with a move to Serie A, the agent did say that no proposal had been put forward to Totttenham.


Though he did admit that many clubs had been in contact with him regarding a move in the January transfer window.


“Many clubs have contacted me for information on his situation, but there has been no official proposal,” added Chignall.


"He's a Tottenham player and any possible negotiations must pass through the club.”


Sandro made name for himself in Spurs’ Champions League campaign last year, which attracted many Serie A clubs’ interest.


The 22-year-old only signed a five year extension to his contract in September, but a lack of playing time has left him frustrated.

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