January 6, 2024

Juventus has sent a warning to Tottenham regarding Radu Dragusin’s pursuit.


As they look for more center-back coverage in the January transfer window, Spurs have identified the Romanian international as their top defensive target. This is because, due to injury and suspension, they have missed parts of the season without both first-choice duo Cristian Romero and Micky van de Ven.


Ange Postecoglou wants injury-ravaged Tottenham to finish their transfer business early this month. Before they play Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Premier League again on January 14, they would like to acquire a new centre back.


Discussions regarding Dragusin started last week, but Nice, a French club, is not in a hurry to let go of rival target Jean-Clair Todibo. According to Standard Sport, Spurs were expecting to seal a permanent move for a sum lower than Genoa’s initial £25 million demand.


On Friday night, Tottenham Transfer Target Radu Dragusin returned to action for Genoa.



Nevertheless, it is evident that negotiations are still far from finished since the 21-year-old played the entire ninety minutes of Genoa’s 1-1 away Serie A tie against Bologna on Friday night.


The defending Italian champions Napoli are also rumoured to be in the running for Dragusin as they want to strengthen their defence, but the president of Genoa has now cautioned the player’s suitors that they won’t be forced to sell one of their best players this month.


“We will make our final choice, but Radu is a top player and a top guy,” Alberto Zangrillo reportedly stated, according to Fabrizio Romano.


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“We will make our own decisions without external pressure; we don’t need to sell anyone.”


Tottenham appears to be closing in on a surprise loan move for former Chelsea striker and rumoured Manchester United target Timo Werner in addition to their efforts to sign Dragusin, as they continue to speak with Bundesliga team RB Leipzig.


With their captain and attacking talisman, Heung-min Son, representing South Korea in the Asian Cup in Qatar, Spurs will want extra offensive firepower in January.

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