Udinese turn down offers for Udogie from Juventus and Tottenham

Udinese are not interested in losing teenage talent Destiny Udogie this summer and they’ve turned down offers from both Juventus and Tottenham.

The 19-year-old Italian prospect had a strong season with the Friulian side, scoring five goals and providing three assists in 35 Serie A appearances this campaign. His impressive work attracted the attention of many clubs around Europe, with the Bianconeri and Spurs particularly interested.

As reported by Tuttosport, Udinese have rejected offers from both Juventus and Tottenham for Udogie, not wanting to lose the 19-year-old. He has an estimated market value of around €17m but with a contract lasting until 2026, it’s hard to imagine the Friulian side accepting anything so low.

It’s a different strong for full back Nahuel Molina, another player wanted by Juventus. The two parties are still in talks and the Argentinian is clearly ready for the jump to a big club, so a move is much more likely.

5 Comments on “Udinese turn down offers for Udogie from Juventus and Tottenham”

  1. Forget about Destiny and Molina. They are way too young, exciting and dynamic for the Loch Ness Monster of the Swamp, PhD Max. If they lose Cuadrado, they will still be fine for 4th spot as they have ex Real Madrid and Man City legend Cafu on the right, and Roberto Carlos on the left.

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