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Tottenham could be about to complete massive signing as flight tracked to the UK

Tottenham could be about to complete massive signing as flight tracked to the UK

Spurs are closing in on another signing.

Tottenham are about to seal another January signing - with the player flying to London to finalise the deal.

Spurs added former Chelsea striker Timo Werner to their ranks on a loan deal, with the Germany international joining from RB Leipzig on Tuesday night.

They have now reportedly agreed terms on a £25.9 million deal, plus add-ons, to sign defender Radu Dragusin from Genoa.

The centre-back's agent has revealed that the Romania international turned down an offer from Bayern Munich, and believes that joining Spurs is the 'right step' for his career.

Air traffic tracking website Flightradar24 has posted on X (Twitter) that a flight containing Dragusin and his entourage was arriving in London to complete his transfer - and unsurprisingly, Spurs fans have been tracking its every move.

The flight, which has now landed in London, as per the website, took the journey from Genoa at 10:36 UTC, and arrived in London just over two hours later.

The 21-year-old will become Spurs' second signing of the window as manager Ange Postecoglou looks to add squad depth.

Dragusin could make his debut on Sunday when Spurs take on Manchester United at Old Trafford, with fellow centre-back Cristian Romero out injured.

Micky van de Ven, meanwhile, is yet to make a return appearance after two months out with injury, although was named on the bench for the 1-0 win over fellow Premier League side Burnley in the FA Cup third round last Friday.

In the Werner deal, manager Postecoglou took plenty of credit for the signing from the player himself - and the deal for Dragusin could be a similar scenario.

In his first Tottenham interview, Werner explained: "A lot of things attracted me here - first of all, the talk with the manager.

"I thought it was a really good talk. He gave me straight away the feeling that I need to join a club, what I want to feel when you talk to a manager and also the tactics and the style, how he wants to play, how he lets the team play.

"For me, I thought straight away that it fits perfectly."

Featured Image Credit: Getty / Flightradar24

Topics: Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League, Transfers