As Lucas Moura prepares to leave Tottenham Hotspur at the end of the season, the Brazilian media shares some news about what he’s now looking for.
UOL today features a story claiming the attacker has already received approaches from clubs from England, Italy and France.
Moura’s priority is to stay in Europe once his contract with Tottenham expires in the summer. That’s why his agents are in the United Kingdom to start the first ‘official contacts’.
According to UOL, there’s the ‘expectation’ from the player to find a contract of at least three seasons, as he’s looking for a ‘long-term project’.
Regarding his final months at Tottenham the story claims that despite being registered in the Champions League, Moura is actually working to have his farewell from the club ‘little by little’.
The attacker’s former club São Paulo are said to be watching the situation, but they know they’d hardly have any chance to sign him this year.
UOL also mentions approaches from Saudi Arabia and the United States, but it really looks like Moura wants to stay in Europe for now.