Radu Dragusin, a Romanian who Tottenham Hotspur signed yesterday, has now been informed that Daniel Levy is underpaying him.
Spurs should be commended greatly for their transactions throughout this window. Eric Dier left the team, and Timo Werner joined on loan until the end of the season. But the biggest statement they’ve made thus far is Dragusin’s arrival, which hasn’t gone over well in his native nation.
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Radu Dragusin revealed that Tottenham is underpaying him.
Radu Dragusin was acquired by Tottenham from Genoa for £26.7 million yesterday (Sky Sports).
In today’s world, that’s hardly a big deal for a Premier League club, but Dragusin was a sought man during this window, wasn’t he?
Before Tottenham, Napoli and Bayern Munich made a valiant effort to sign him; but, the 21-year-old turned down their advances.
Dragusin has agreed to a deal with Spurs that will last until the summer of 2030 for £50,000 a week [Evening Standard], or £2.6 million (€3 million) annually.
Basarab Panduru, a former Romanian international, believes that the financial sum offered to someone involved in the Bayern Munich vs. Tottenham transfer controversy is really meager.
“There is no way Dragusin earns less than €5 million if De Ligt earns €17 million,” he stated on Orange Sport. Less than that indicates improper negotiation.
“There is a problem when Bayern and Tottenham fight for you and you ask for €3 million when the lowest salary at Bayern is €10 million.” You’re not skilled at negotiating. You’re facing an issue.
He needs to get paid the same amount that you did. If De Ligt receives €17 million, Dragusin ought to receive €5 million. That’s my point of view. You will not receive €2–3 million in any way. You will never receive €2.8 million. Never! Five million euros at least.
“There are two teams that pay through the nose. How can I receive this pay? Does Tottenham want that? No, please give me all I desire. To receive a hefty salary, the agent must advocate for him.
“You don’t get €3 million from Bayern. At Bayern, no one makes (even) €3 million. How much Kane gets is irrelevant if De Ligt, with €17 million, is in 10th position.
Tottenham salary for Radu Dragusin
An examination of Tottenham’s highest-paid athletes
Naturally, Radu Dragusin does not rank near the top of Tottenham’s list of highest-paid players, as disclosed by Spotrac.
Heung-min, the skipper The only other Spurs players making £165,000 or more a week are Ivan Perisic, Cristian Romero, and Son, who is at the top with £190,000.
Richarlison, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, and Dejan Kulusevski all make roughly £100,000 every week.
Dragusin, who supposedly makes £50,000 a week, is paid similarly to fellow defender Micky van de Ven, however Fraser Forster, Ryan Sessegnon, and Manor Solomon all make more money than Dragusin does.