January 11, 2024




What shirt number Radu Dragusin will receive from the Spurs is revealed by Fabrizio Romano.Image courtesy of Getty Images and Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile for Web Summit


Radu Dragusin from Genoa appears to be close to joining Tottenham Hotspur.


The Romanian international made the decision on Wednesday to join Spurs this month despite Bayern Munich’s keen interest.


Over the course of the day, Dragusin went from Italy to the UK to finalise his transfer to Tottenham.


Romania vs. Switzerland: European Qualifiers for UEFA EURO 2024

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Spurs supporters are currently anxiously awaiting an official statement from the team, which will definitively prove that the 21-year-old is a Spur.


Meanwhile, Fabrizio Romano has revealed on X the shirt number that Dragusin is reportedly expected to receive at N17.


The transfer insider claims that he will start for the Spurs as number 6.


Radu Dragusin is the new number six for the Spurs. ♪️🔏 pic.twitter.com/RJZdsoXr9v


— January 11, 2024, Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano).


Spurs’ unclaimed shirt number six indicates that Dragusin will likely play a key role in the team right away.


According to Fabrizio Romano’s report on Wednesday, Dragusin will cost Genoa approximately £21.5 million up front, with an additional £4.3 million in add-ons. Spurs will receive this amount from Genoa.


The former Juventus player makes slightly less than £50,000 a week at Spurs, or about £2.6 million annually.


Spurs are expected to add another outstanding Serie A player.

At last, Tottenham will welcome a much-needed centre back into their squad. After the injuries to Micky van de Ven and Cristian Romero, this is vitally crucial.


Hopefully, the crucial official announcement won’t be delayed much longer. Dragusin and Timo Werner, two fresh additions to the first team, will enter through that door.


In recent years, Tottenham has had great success with players from Serie A. Guglielmo Vicario, Rodrigo Bentancur, Cristian Romero, Dejan Kulusevski, and Destiny Udogie have all developed into key players for the Spurs.


As one of the most highly regarded young defenders in Italian football, let’s hope Dragusin continues to do what he is doing.

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