Manchester United and Tottenham target Bruno Fernandes has given an update on his future plans ahead of the opening of the January transfer window.
He eventually signed a new big-money contract with the Portuguese giants and he insists he will not force his way out of the club in January.
The 25-year-old did reiterate, however, that he has “dreams to come true”, hinting he may still look to pursue a move to the Premier League in the future.
Speaking after Portugal’s 6-0 thumping of Lithuania, Fernandes said: “I’m not worried, since 2016 I’m at Sporting and they say I’m leaving, so far I’m fine.
“I have dreams to come true, but I’m not worried, I have no reason to force out, I’m fine, in a club I like.
“On the day I have to leave, if I have to, I hope to leave a good memory.”
United are still said to be looking at Fernandes as a replacement for Paul Pogba, while Spurs are after the player to supplement the expected loss of Christian Eriksen either in January or next summer.