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Tottenham Hotspur: Juventus defender Radu Dragusin ‘continues to please’ Daniel Levy and Spurs

Tottenham Hotspur: Juventus defender Radu Dragusin ‘continues to please’ Daniel Levy and Spurs - Tottenham Hotspur Transfer Rumours

According to a report by Italian journalist Gianluigi Longari, Juventus defender Radu Dragusin ‘continues to please’ Tottenham Hotspur as talks continue between the player and his current club over a new deal – but there has still been ‘no agreement’, despite ‘constant dialogue’. 

Dragusin, who was reportedly attracting Spurs’ interest in the January window (Longari), seems to be keeping hold of Daniel Levy’s attention as talks over a Juve contract extension have, so far, led to a new deal being signed.

Dragusin attracting Spurs interest

The Old Lady are apparently planning a fresh offer for the Romanian starlet but the likes of Tottenham, Newcastle United and RB Leipzig appear to be waiting in the wings.

Dragusin has played 22 minutes in total for the Serie A giants this season across all competitions (WhoScored), making his Juventus debut recently and he’s already managed to impress Andrea Pirlo.

The World Cup winner heralded his youngster as ‘very strong’ in a press conference at the end of 2020 – but also went on to claim that he must ‘develop on a technical level’ (Juventus TV via Football Italia).

Transfer Tavern take

Standing at a lofty 6 foot 3, it’s hard to argue with Pirlo’s assessment of Dragusin’s physicality, with Tottenham reportedly taking note among other clubs.

There is currently no sign of a new deal for Dragusin as talks continue, and maybe Spurs could take advantage and swoop for a promising asset if nothing can be resolved between the two parties.

In other news: Tottenham still keen on this attacker, find out more here.


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