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Sunday Transfer Drama: Dragusin closer to Spurs, Todibo deal teeters, and Varane’s future in question

In a riveting Sunday transfer saga, Tottenham Hotspur is gearing up to submit a bid for Genoa’s promising 21-year-old defender, Radu Dragusin. The player’s agent reveals a keen interest in the potential move, as Spurs pivot away from Nice’s Jean-Clair Todibo, whose transfer hangs on the brink of collapse.

Juventus, under the management of Maximiliano Allegri, face a potential veto on their pursuit of Manchester City’s Kalvin Phillips. The 28-year-old English midfielder’s fit within Allegri’s tactical system raises doubts, adding an unexpected twist to the transfer narrative.

Barcelona, eyeing Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood, grapples with financial constraints, casting uncertainty on a potential £40m deal for the 22-year-old forward currently shining on loan at Getafe. In a surprising turn of events, Atletico Madrid has already initiated talks for Greenwood’s services.

Manchester United signals a willingness to entertain offers for their 30-year-old French defender, Raphael Varane, setting the stage for a potential January exit.

Meanwhile, Brentford prepares a substantial offer for Real Betis winger Assane Diao, inching close to triggering the 18-year-old Spain Under-21 international’s release clause.

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Newcastle United is poised to terminate Issac Hayden’s loan at Standard Liege, drawing interest from several Championship clubs for the 28-year-old English midfielder.

In a move to secure defensive stability, Manchester United activates an option to extend Victor Lindelof’s contract until June 2025, ensuring the 29-year-old Swedish defender remains a part of their plans.

Borussia Dortmund sets sights on Chelsea’s 21-year-old Netherlands full-back, Ian Maatsen, as the January transfer window looms.

Everton closely monitors the progress of Manchester City’s 20-year-old Australian midfielder, Alex Robertson, currently impressing on a season-long loan at Portsmouth.

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The stage is set for a flurry of transfer activity, promising a Sunday filled with intrigue and anticipation in the football world.



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