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Paulinho set for Spurs switch

Corinthians have confirmed that negotiations are gathering pace with Tottenham regarding the transfer of Paulinho.

Last Updated: 22/06/13 at 07:43 Post Comment

Paulinho: Looks set for Tottenham move

Paulinho: Looks set for Tottenham move

The Brazil international, who is currently impressing in the Confederations Cup, has long been linked with a move to Europe with Tottenham among the clubs interested.

Spurs were yet to have firmed up their interest as recently as last week, but reports now suggest that a £17million bid for the midfielder has been accepted.

Corinthians director of football Edu - a former Arsenal player - has confirmed that there have been further developments and a move to London now looks likely.

When asked about the interest from the White Hart Lane club, Edu told UOL: "The situation is well underway.

"We have to agree on some details of the negotiation, so I can't say he will leave yet, but the negotiations are good."

The 24-year-old made his Brazil debut in 2011 and was recently on target for his country against England at the Maracana.

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