Fabiano pledges future to Sevilla
Tuesday 27 July 2010
Luis Fabiano appears to have ruled out a move to the Premier League after pledging his future to Sevilla.
The Brazil World Cup striker has been tracked by Tottenham, Manchester United and AC Milan this summer, but is keen to stay in La Liga with the Andalucian side.
"During my time at the World Cup I was very calm because I knew that I was going to stay at Sevilla," explained the South American.
"Much was said but nothing true.
"I couldn't talk because I was with the Brazil team but I have a year left on my contract with Sevilla and I am very happy.
"I really want to defend once again the Sevilla badge and I would love to help lift a trophy (Spanish Super Cup) in August."
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