According to Tuttomercatoweb, Tottenham are one of several Premier League teams eyeing the 21-year-old centre-back.
As well as Tottenham, the likes of Newcastle and Brighton are also in pursuit of Dragusin, who has already won nine caps for Romania. Spurs could certainly do with bolstering their defensive ranks in wake of what happened against Chelsea and Wolves. In the loss to the Blues, Micky van de Ven was injured and Cristian Romero was sent off, and neither was available for the following game.
Spurs’ loss in the final game before the international break was indicative of a decline in backcourt quality.
Ange Postecoglou, the manager of Tottenham, will probably seek to add more players to his roster in January and later on because of this.
A objective for Tottenham “really wants to reach England.”
Dragusin is a good pick for the Spurs. He appears to have a high ceiling and is a very bright young player who has been doing well for Genoa in Serie A.
The young person was listed by Goal.com as number 45 on their 2021 NxGn list. He was dubbed the “Romanian Van Dijk” by the same publication, though in a different piece.
The Romanian international, who has nine caps, is explosive in the air, at ease handling the ball under his feet, and has a high level of energy.
Even better for Tottenham, Dragusin’s mother earlier revealed to the Romanian publication AS that playing in the Premier League is her son’s “childhood dream.”
The reporter questioned Svetlana Dragusin about her expectations for her son’s football career.
“I hope he succeeds in his endeavors,” she uttered. And he’s desperate to get to England. This is his boyhood ambition.
According to Calciomercato, Dragusin is supposedly valued at £25 million, which is extremely reasonable for a top Premier League team like Spurs.