The 18-year-old Sporting Lisbon winger, whose fill name is Armindo Tué Na Bangna, is thought to be a target for new Citizens boss Manuel Pellegrini.
But although Bruma, who has made five appearances for Portugual’s Under-20 side, is pleased to hear about reports linking him with a transfer to the Premier League – the Guinea-Bissau born forward is only focused on helping his side win at the Under-20 World Cup.
“It’s always nice to hear and to know of the interest of big clubs but I’m not thinking about it,” Bruma told A Bola.
“I have people working on these issues and for now my main concern is to help my team to get as far in the Under-20 World Cup.”
Bruma’s 20-year-old brother Buomesca currently plays for Fulham.
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