Radu Dragusin is concerned about his future at Tottenham Hotspur amid a lack of game time, according to journalist Alan Nixon.


Spurs beat off competition from several clubs, including Bayern Munich, to land Dragusin from Genoa in the winter transfer window.


The defender though has found playing time hard to come by in north London, with just 244 minutes on the pitch in a Spurs shirt so far.



Dragusin is now concerned about his situation at Tottenham as the summer approaches.


Italian giants Napoli are keen to bring Dragusin back to Serie A and it is suggested the move would appeal to him.



Tottenham however do not want to cash in on the Romania international.


And if they do sell they would want a profit on the sum they paid for him and could demand £40m.



That sum could be one which could prove to be difficult for Italian sides who want Dragusin to afford.