Tottenham 'plotting' £15 million wonderkid bid in January transfer window

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Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with an EFL wonderkid - they've also 'agreed terms' with a Serie A defender.

The 2024 January transfer window is now just under a third of the way done. Tottenham Hotspur have been busy, having already brought players to the club, such as former Chelsea hitman Timo Werner - who else will they look to bring to North London this month?

Spurs are in the hunt for an EFL wonderkid - but he could cost them upwards of £10 million. Meanwhile, Ange Postecoglou's men have also reached an agreement for a Serie A centre-back - let's see who it is.

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A Romanian international, Dragusin has already made 13 senior team appearances for his country, despite being just 21 years of age. He is believed to be Spurs' 'top choice' in the January window and they will have to pay a fee of £26 million to finalise a deal. Currently, he is undergoing a medical at the club.

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