Defender of Nigerian Descent set to leave Italian Club for Tottenham Hotspur

Published on: 06 August 2022

Reports from reputable Italian transfer market guru Fabrizio Romano have confirmed that Italy prospect of Nigerian descent Destiny Udogie has fully agreed on personal terms with London giants Tottenham Hotspur.


News had previously broke that both parties were in discussion over a move with an agreement over a five-year contract being agreed upon on Saturday as reported by Romano.


The Tottenham board including manager Antonio Conte are fully sold on the defender and are doing everything possible to get him to sign for the club as part of the future project.


The report also states that Udogie could be loaned back to Udinese by Spurs

After scoring five goals and setting up three more in 35 Serie A outings, Udogie increased his stock with a stellar season at Udinese.

Udinese are likely to receive a big transfer fee which has been reported to be up to 25 million pounds if they decide to move Udogie to north London as the lightning-paced left-back still has four years left on his deal with the Bianconeri.

Udogie reached the final of the 2019 U17 Euros with the Italian team and has appeared for Italy at U16, U18, U19 and U21 levels.