Inter target Hulk refuses to rule out move away from Porto

The powerful striker says he is focused solely on matters at his current club but left the door open for a switch to England, Italy, Germany or Spain down the line
Porto forward Hulk has stated he is not paying too much attention to reports linking him with Inter.

Italian sources claimed last week the San Siro outfit were considering a January bid for the striker as a way to solve their goalscoring problems.

The Brazil international has refused to rule out a move away from Porto, but stated he is not worried about his situation.

"What I know is there has been news saying Inter are interested in me, just like several other European clubs," Hulk told Radio Bandeirantes.

"I am focused on working at Porto. I don't know if something will happen in January, next season or in the next two or three years.

"If a deal is to happen, it will surely be something good for me and for Porto. I leave those matters to my agent and I look to do my job on the field."

Hulk then opened the door to a move to one of Europe's biggest leagues, saying: "The Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A are where people really want to play, where the stadiums are always full.

"If I had to leave for one of those leagues, I would leave happily."

Hulk, who joined Porto from Tokyo Verdy in 2008, has a contract with the Portuguese champions that runs until the summer of 2016, with his release clause set at €100 million.