Bruma has also been linked with moves to Manchester United and Liverpool.
The 18-year-old has been labeled the ‘new Ronaldo’ after a brilliant season with Sporting in the Primeira Liga.
Like the famous No.7 Bruma is a Portuguese winger that has learned his trade at the Estadio Jose Alvalade and the teenager has drawn the attention of much of Europe’s elite.
United may be hoping that the Bissau-born starlet will be a carbon copy of Ronaldo, with the current Real Madrid superstar becoming a Red Devils legend following six years at the club after also moving at 18 years of age.
Nani was signed in a similar vain in the summer of 2007 although has failed to reach the success of his Portugal teammate and is likely to be sold before the transfer window is closed.
However, they face competition from fierce rivals Liverpool, along with Porto and now Inter, to try and sign Bruma with the winger entering the final year of his contract and therefore available for a cut-price.
It’s thought that due to Sporting running the risk of losing their starlet on a free transfer in 12 months time, the Portuguese club would be willing to except offers of around £5m.
Bruma played 38 matches in 2012/13 for Sporting’s first team and B side, scoring seven goals and providing six assists.