Paulinho waits on decision

Brazilian star Paulinho has reiterated that a decision on his future is yet to be made, with talks set to continue on Monday.

Last Updated: 01/07/13 at 10:30 Post Comment

Paulinho: Still no concrete decision

Paulinho: Still no concrete decision

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The 24-year-old is the subject of interest from Tottenham, whilst Spanish giants Real Madrid have also been linked since Carlo Ancelotti's appointment as boss.

Paulinho played a starring role in Brazil's Confederations Cup success and a decision is imminent about whether he will leave Corinthians, and if he does which club he will sign for.

"I can't give you any details at this moment, it's impossible," he told Gazeta Esportiva when quizzed about his future.

"I will still talk with Corinthians and with my agent before making a decision. When I decide, I'll tell everyone.

"I will only talk about this from tomorrow (Monday)."

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