Tottenham have reached an agreement to sign Destiny Udogie for more than €20 million, with the youngster set to remain at Udinese until 2023, reports Megasportsarena.com.
The left-back will cost the north London club over €20 million, while the player will remain with the Serie A club until 2023 on loan.
After strengthening their squad significantly during the summer transfer window, Tottenham have made another strong move, albeit keeping the 2023/24 season in mind. Sporting director Fabio Paratici has been keeping an eye on future signings and ways to bring quality reinforcements to the club.
Tottenham have had an eye on Udinese’s Destiny Udogie for some time and have wanted to sign the defender before other clubs explored him. Personal terms had already been in place with the prodigious defender, and Tottenham have now reached an agreement with the Serie A club to sign the young left-back in a deal that could cost them over €20 million in transfer fee
The Nigerian-Italian defender has been a big target for Paratici and agreed to allow Udogie to remain at Udinese until 2023 on loan. The move is designed to help the left-back’s development, which has been tremendous with the Serie A club.
Tottenham will be hoping Udogie’s progress continues at Udinese while making further changes to their squad before the summer transfer window shuts down.