Just in; Tottenham set to give out key player in the ‘next few hours’ – Need to move quick to help Ange

As Tottenham Hotspur move more seriously to sign Radu Dragusin from Genoa, it appears the Serie A side see it as a chance to push for more money.


The initial estimate for the price was between €25 and €30 million, possibly a little less. In fact, the player’s outspoken agent stated only this week that the asking price was between €25 and €30 million.

Spurs are rumored to be making an offer somewhat less than €25 million, while Genoa is now reportedly demanding at least €30 million, and some reports even put that amount as high as €35 million.

In an attempt to strengthen their relationship, La Repubblica reports via Napoli Magazine that Tottenham and Genoa will hold a transfer summit in the “next few hours.”

Napoli is also interested, but it’s not likely that they’ll entertain such players because they believe the asking price has suddenly increased too much.

Genoa clearly want to push Tottenham up a little higher and take advantage of their desperation to get a defender in quickly for Ange Postecoglou.


‘Late in the window’ – Alasdair Gold reveals what he knows about Spurs and Conor Gallagher

Soccer Alasdair Gold of London stated that Tottenham Hotspur is monitoring Conor Gallagher’s circumstances at Chelsea, but he also hinted that the Lilywhites might hold off on making a move for the midfield player until the end of the January transfer window.

Gallagher is one of the players Chelsea is prepared to let go in January, according to reports from a number of sources over the past few weeks. The Spurs are reportedly keeping a close eye on the issue (The Athletic).

Many have been taken aback by the development, considering how important the 23-year-old has been to Mauricio Pochettino’s lineup this season—the midfielder even assumed the captain’s armband when Reece James and Ben Chilwell were down.

Gianluca Di Marzio asserted on Sunday that Spurs and Chelsea had already begun talks over the England international and that an agreement could be reached between the London clubs for around £40m.

Gallagher and Tottenham will engage in a waiting game.

Gold, meanwhile, has since discounted Di Marzio’s report, stating that discussions over a Tottenham acquisition for Gallagher are currently “premature.”

The reporter clarified that the North London team is still monitoring the Blues star and that, should Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg go, they may make a late move in the window.

Gallagher is thought to be an ideal fit for Ange Postecoglou’s system’s number eight role, according to Gold.

If Tottenham decides not to make a bid for Gallagher, I’d be quite surprised. Postecoglou obviously thinks highly of the midfield player, and Spurs are mindful that they might not get another chance to sign the 23-year-old if they pass up on him right now.

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