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Tottenham nightmare as Bayern Munich ‘hijack’ advanced transfer pursuit | Football | Sport

Tottenham could see their move for Genoa star Radu Dragusin hijacked by Bayern Munich. The Bundesliga outfit are also in the market for defensive reinforcements and have reportedly shortlisted the centre-back as one of their top targets for the remainder of the month.

Ange Postecoglou has breathed a fresh lease of life into Tottenham this season, implementing his high-pressing, attacking style onto the squad. The additions of James Maddison, Guglielmo Vicario and Micky van de Ven have also raised standards within the team, and further additions are anticipated.

With injuries consistently threatening to derail their push for the top four, Spurs are in the market for reinforcements at both ends of the pitch. Tottenham are on the cusp of securing the services of Timo Werner on loan from RB Leipzig for the remainder of the campaign, with the club able to make the move permanent at the end of the season.

Signing at least one-centre back is also deemed a priority in north London, with talks ongoing with Genoa to strike an agreement for Dragusin. However, Tottenham aren’t the only club in the race to secure the signature of the 21-year-old.

According to BILD, Bayern Munich have now added the Romanian international to their shortlist of defensive targets. Thomas Tuchel is said to be very keen on acquiring the services of the defender and he could push for the higher powers at the Allianz Arena to table an offer for the Genoa star.

Spurs still remain in active negotiations for Dragusin, though an agreement has not been reached on the transfer fee. Genoa are said to be demanding at least £25million to part ways with their No. 5 in the winger window, but Tottenham would like to negotiate a fee closer to £20m.

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