January 2, 2024

In front of a prospective transfer this month, Radu Dragusin and Tottenham Hotspur have reached a personal terms agreement, according to Fabrizio Romano.


Spurs’ season has started off well, but they still need defensive reinforcements. Ange Postecoglou is pressing for the signing of Genoa’s Dragusin, who appears to be the center-back that the team needs.


Romano Fabrizio Radu Dragusin from Tottenham

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According to Fabrizio Romano, Radu Dragusin and Tottenham have reached a personal agreement.

Radu Dragusin has been linked to Tottenham for a few weeks now, and it appears like the trade is moving more quickly.


Spurs are in severe need of protection at the back, and Fabrizio Romano recently disclosed that the team hopes to recruit a new center-back this week.


Although there have been several connections to Jean-Clair Todibo, the journalist says the deal is about to fall through.


Tottenham is now focused entirely on Dragusin, and Romano has just informed Spurs supporters of some fantastic news.


The Genoa defender is being pursued by the North Londoners, who have already reached a personal agreement with him. To complete a deal, they are now in communication with the club.


Romano recently tweeted, “I understand that following the agreement on personal terms with Romanian CB, negotiations are underway between Tottenham and Genoa for Radu Dragusin.”


“Spurs are confident in making progress as long as daily contacts are made.” Nothing changed about the nearly collapsed Jean-Clair Todibo agreement.



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For Tottenham, Dragusin will be an incredible acquisition.

Nobody can deny that Tottenham’s top goal in this transfer window is to get a new center defender.


Spurs were among the top teams in the nation when Micky van de Ven and Cristian Romero were healthy. Postecoglou’s team has suffered since they were both hurt, and they urgently need a backup.


This season, Radu Dragusin has emerged as one of the most outstanding defenders in Serie A, and his performances have been significant enough to merit a significant departure from Genoa.


The Romanian is skilled with the ball, forceful in tackles, and “physically very strong.” He is a wonderful fit for Spurs’ system, and we believe Postecoglou would benefit greatly from having him on the team.


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