Tottenham target Moussa Marega has decided he wants to quit FC Porto this summer.
The Mali attacker is attracting serious interest from Premier League clubs including Spurs, with his performances in Portugal having impressed watching scouts.
Marega scored an impressive 22 times in 29 Portuguese top flight games for Porto last term, as he helped the club to clinch another domestic title.
Marega has a further two years left on his contract however Porto are set to be forced into selling him this summer.
Portuguese daily A Bola, say that Marega has decided that he wants to leave the club in this summer’s transfer window.
Chelsea and West Ham are also keen, so Marega is not likely to be short of options when it does come to quitting Porto
His 22 league goals last season made sure he finished as the club’s leading goalscorer in the Portuguese Primeira Liga.
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