Radu Dragucin wants to stay at the club

Tottenham defender Radu Dragucin, 22, wants to stay at the club, according to the club’s manager.

“There has already been talk of a move for Dragucin, who joined Spurs in the winter transfer window, but Tottenham manager Enzi Postecoglou sees him as ‘a key member of the squad and a player who will establish himself in the Premier League in the future’. We have no plans to sell him.”

Spurs announced the signing of Dragucin on Jan. 12. His contract runs until 2030, and according to Fabrizio Romano, a journalist familiar with the European transfer market, the fee is €30 million ($43.3 billion), with the number six shirt.

Dragusin was previously a member of Juventus’ youth team before breaking into the first team in 2020. After loan spells with Italian clubs Sampdoria and Salernitana in 2021 and 2022, 스포츠토토 he also had a brief loan spell with Genoa before making the move in January 2023.

The 6-foot-2 center back cites Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk as a role model and is known for his excellent positioning.

He also plays for the Romanian national team.

Dragucin is still only 21 years old, but he has already played 15 matches for the national team. He is likely to feature at the UEFA Euro 2024 in Germany in June.

On his first appearance in a Tottenham shirt, Dragucin said: “It’s unbelievable. I never imagined it. Now I’m looking forward to starting a new phase on the pitch,” he said.

“Coach Postecoglou really wanted me to come here, he liked the way I play and thought I would fit in well with the team. As soon as he spoke to me, I felt a bond. He prefers this style of football, a high defensive line and aggression. I’m really excited,” he said.

“For me, this transfer is the right step. I wanted to play football at the highest level and I wanted to play in the Premier League, so I can say that my dream has come true,” he added.

Curiously, in contrast to his arrival at Tottenham, Dragucin was a late substitute against Manchester United on January 15 (5 minutes), 토토사이트 추천 Brentford on February 1 (2 minutes), and Everton on February 3 (1 minute). He then came off the bench against Brighton and Wolverhampton in February.

He made just four starts in the entire 2023-2024 season. His agent was unhappy with the lack of playing time and signaled a possible move.

However, Postecoglou has included Dragucin in his future plans.

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