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Thu, 04 Jul 2013 12:20:00
Reported Chelsea target Bruma is planning to make a decision over his future when he returns to Portugal.
The Sporting Lisbon forward has been compared to Portuguese compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo and has as a result been linked with a big-money move to Stamford Bridge.
Bruma's club are rumoured to be ready to offer him a new contract to try and ensure they do not lose their star man, who has been impressing at the Under-20 World Cup in Turkey.
But the 18-year-old plans to discuss his options with his representatives when he returns home and is not yet offering any indication as to where he sees his future.
Bruma told Antena 1: "I will talk with my lawyer when I arrive in Lisbon to see what he has to tell me.
"I am calm. I want to keep working and growing as a player."
The Sky Blues, who remain in administration, have been embroiled in a bitter rent row with the owners of the Ricoh Arena, with chief executive Tim Fisher indicating they would look to play elsewhere, despite being offered a rent-free stay at their 30,000-seater home in the forthcoming campaign.
But they look to have agreed a deal with the League Two club to play their home games in the 2013/14 season at the 7500-capacity ground.
The proposal, which would see City commuting 34 miles for home games, will be discussed by the Football League on Thursday.