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Porto reject 50m bid for Chelsea and Spurs target

Porto president Pinto da Costa has revealed that he has rejected a 50million bid from Zenit St Petersburg for Hulk.

Hulk's agent has admitted that his client is keen on a move away from the Portuguese side.

The 25-year-old has been linked with the likes of Chelsea, Tottenham and Zenit.

"It was Porto who rejected 50million for Hulk from Zenit," Pinto da Costa told reporters.

"I think it is ridiculous to hear that Zenit's board did not sanction such an offer, when two of their chiefs were here to present that exact bid for the player."

Porto are keen to get closer to the 100million release clause in his contract, before selling the striker.


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