Bayern Munich have not yet agreed a deal with Genoa for Radu Dragusin, as they look to hijack Tottenham Hotspur’s swoop for him, according to the Evening Standard.


Dragusin has emerged as Tottenham’s top centre-back target this month and they have been working to sign him.


Genoa want a guaranteed €30m to let him go and Tottenham have yet to hit that figure.




Bayern Munich are now looking to hijack Tottenham’s swoop and it had been claimed in Italy that they do have a deal in place with Genoa.


That talk though looks wide of the mark with the Bavarians, like Tottenham, yet to come to terms for Dragusin.



Dragusin is claimed to have an agreement on personal terms with Tottenham, but he would be open to signing for Bayern Munich.


If the centre-back does go to Bayern Munich then it looks unlikely the Germans will sign Eric Dier from Tottenham.



The Bundesliga giants appeared to be set to sign Dier, who is out of contract at Tottenham in the summer and out of favour.