Spurs midfielder could make Serie A switch

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Sandro’s agent has revealed the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder has been the subject of bids from around Europe – and revealed he could make the switch to Italy next season.


Sandro joined the White Hart Lane outfit in 2010 in an £8 million switch from Brazilian outfit Internacional, and has gone on to make 48 appearances for the Lilywhites.


The Brazilian international has impressed for Spurs when he has had the chance, however the presence of Scott Parker, who joined the club last summer, has meant his first team opportunities have been limited.


The 23-year-old was reportedly the subject of interest from Roma last year, but Spurs were not willing to open discussions.


While his agent Muhamed Sakic insists his client is happy at Spurs, he admitted a move to Italy could be on the cards in the near future.


"Sandro is happy play at Tottenham and very happy to be in London," Sakic told tuttomercatoweb.


"From what we read in the tabloids, Sandro has already joined Zenit and Anzhi. But it's true that we have had interest in him from many European clubs.


"Sandro could go to Italy next season."


The combative midfielder signed a new five year deal to stay with Spurs until 2016 last September, but with injury and the presence of Parker limiting his first team football this season, there have been suggestions he could move on at the end of the current season.

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