The ongoing transfer drama involving Radu Dragusin simmers backstage, with recent updates hinting at substantial progress.
While Dragusin has reportedly agreed personal terms with Spurs, talks with Genoa are ongoing and the two clubs are yet to come to an agreement.
Spurs initiated discussions with an initial verbal bid of €23 million, falling short of Genoa’s demand of €30 million.
Sky Sports journalist Rudy Galetti has shares the latest, revealing Spurs’ plan to submit a second offer closer to Genoa’s valuation, signalling an intensified pursuit.
Galetti added that the onus will then rest with the Italian club to respond to the proposal.
He shared the update on X:
“Tottenham are keeping their pressure to sign Radu Dragusin and – as revealed yesterday – are planning to make another proposal soon.”
“It will then be up to #Genoa – whose initial request was €30m fixed – to give the response: hot hours.”
— Rudy Galetti (@RudyGaletti) January 3, 2024
Despite the minor difference in valuations, Spurs remain optimistic that an adjusted offer could bridge the gap.
Tottenham’s urgent need to bolster their defensive line intensifies the pressure for chairman Levy to swiftly finalise the deal and address their need for a new centre-back.