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The 25-year-old Frenchman is regarded as one of the Portuguese top flight's hottest properties after rebuilding his career at Tours, Martigues and now Naval following a disappointing spell in England. During that spell, he signed for West Ham in 2005 and was then immediately loaned out to Reading, where he made a handful of appearances before being released by the Hammers in 2006. But Baradji, who has also been linked to Birmingham, told skysports that he is now mature enough to make an impact in England. He said: "I went abroad very young, so I made a lot of mistakes. "Now I am mature and ready for a fight. I love the Premier League, it is the best. "My destiny is to return there and show my qualities."
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