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    Spurs sign Brazilian Defender Bruno Uvini.


    Spurs sign Brazilian Defender Bruno Uvini.

    Post by BazSpur on Tue Apr 17 2012, 04:05

    Tottenham have signed Sao Paulo defender Bruno Uvini on a short-term loan deal, with a view to a permanent switch in the summer.

    The 20-year-old Brazilian will link up with Spurs for an initial
    three-and-a-half month spell but is then expected to make a £3.1 million
    move to the north London club.

    Uvini is a Brazil Under-20 international and felt the chance to move to a big English club was one he could not turn down.

    "It's a great opportunity that came by, I couldn't let it pass," Uvini told Sao Paulo's official website.

    "I have been in talks with Tottenham for a while, it's a great club,
    with worldwide visibility. They asked me to come right away.

    "It'll be there for three months during which time I'll try to adapt
    to English football and to the culture. I think I'm going to evolve,
    both professionally and personally by doing this choice.

    "[Tottenham] have this squad renewing project so they asked me to
    join the team so that I will be fit to make my way in the next season."

    Uvini is particularly keen to test himself in the Champions League with Tottenham next season.

    "To play the Champions League is every player's dream," he added.

    "In the preparation period ahead of matches we used to watch the
    games and play it in video games too. I hope this is the right path for




    "When it is played at its best, football remains the greatest game of all.
    And Tottenham, so close to my heart, is still to me the greatest club." - Bill Nicholson

    'Hoddle a luxury? It's the bad players who are a luxury.'

    'If Ossie Ardiles had gone to Arsenal, they would have had him marking the goalkeeper or something.' Danny Blanchflower

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