Bruno Fernandes is one of the hottest names in the current summer transfer window, as plenty of teams have turned their eyes to the Portuguese midfielder. Fernandes had spent most of his career in Italy with Sampdoria and Udinese before making his move to Sporting in 2017, where took his game to the next level.

That is why big clubs overseas are looking to sign him in the following weeks, with three Premier League sides reportedly on the race to get the midfielder’s signature as soon as possible. Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, and Liverpool are the three teams interested in Bruno’s services, with Spurs being considered the front-runners to purchase him.

The North Londoners just finished a great season where they played their first Champions League Finals in history, and even though they lost that game, Tottenham know they did a great job overall. Moreover, they know that that is not enough and this next season they will try to improve what they did in the prior one and bring a title to their headquarters.

According to The Mirror, Fernandes has emerged on their transfer radar as an alternative option to Real Betis star Giovani Lo Celso, which fee was believed around €80 million, while it’s suggested that Spurs value the Portuguese international at around £71 million with Man. Utd. appearing as the biggest competition for Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

Good thing for them is that Record claim that Fernandes is actually ‘very close’ to joining the club in what would be a great feat for them to acquire such a quality player facing big competition. It looks like we’ll have to wait before we know which team gets to sign Bruno, but everything points out it will be Tottenham.

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The Portugal international was great this season, scoring 32 goals and providing 18 assists in 53 appearances for Sporting Lisbon. He’s been one of the recurrent players in the Portuguese national side, and now is hoping to end the campaign the best way by winning the UEFA Nations League against the Netherlands.