Tottenham’s Destine Udogie has received praise and recognition from an unexpected source – an Italian outlet, Messaggero Veneto.
The column attributes Udinese’s struggles in Serie A to Udogie’s departure, highlighting the significant impact the young defender has made at Tottenham.
Udogie has been a standout player for Tottenham, featuring in all six games and consistently delivering top performances.
His partnership with new signings like Micky van de Ven, Cristian Romero, and Pedro Porro has solidified the team’s defense.
Despite being just 20 years old, Udogie has demonstrated remarkable maturity on the field, proving his doubters wrong.
The Italian column notes that Udinese has sorely missed his contributions, particularly his dynamic play from the left-hand side of the defense.
Udinese’s early-season struggles, marked by a winless streak in their first four games and a 16th-place position in the Serie A table, have raised concerns.
The column suggests that Udogie’s excellence at Spurs has further emphasized Udinese’s inability to find an “ideal” replacement for the Italy Under-21 international.
This recognition from an Italian outlet shows the rapid rise and impact of Udogie at Tottenham.
His performances have not only earned him praise from within Tottenham but has also left a void in his former club, emphasising his importance to both teams.