Destiny Udogie, according to Graham Roberts, is now valued at about £100 million as a result of his stellar start at Tottenham.
Udogie has adapted quickly to the physicality and intensity of the Premier League as well as the tactical requirements of the inverted full-back position in Ange Postecoglou’s system.
The 20-year-old faced one of the best attacking players in the Premier League in Bukayo Saka in what was undoubtedly the biggest game of his career thus far on Sunday against Arsenal at the Emirates.
Is Destiny Udogie now worth £100m?
When Udogie received a booking early in the game, some may have feared the worst. He appeared a touch tense at the beginning of the game.
The Italian, though, delivered an outstanding performance and displayed maturity beyond his years, keeping Saka quiet for the bulk of the meeting.
The former Udinese player, in Roberts’ estimation, is worth a staggering £100 million.
Udogie is undoubtedly the most stunning signing Paratici handled while at Spurs because the teenager has the potential to develop into the top left-back in the worldwide.
While his talent and prowess as an athlete are obvious to all, he also exudes a remarkable sense of calmness for someone his age.
Tottenham vs Liverpool Team News as James Maddison and Brennan Johnson update emerges
Brennan Johnson and James Maddison both sustained injuries during Tottenham’s draw with Arsenal.
James Maddison is optimistic about recovering from his knee injury in time for this weekend’s (17.30 BST) Tottenham Hotspur game against Liverpool.
The Reds travel to the capital with the goal of winning their sixth straight Premier League game. Despite being in second place in the standings, they will face Tottenham in their most difficult test yet. Since Ange Postecoglou was appointed manager in the summer, Spurs have had a strong start. They have 14 points after six games, which puts them two spots behind Liverpool.
After joining Tottenham Hotspur for £40 million in the summer season from Leicester City, Maddison has made an incredible start to life at the stadium, registering two goals and four assists in seven appearances. The offensive midfielder injured his knee last Sunday during Tottenham’s 2-2 draw with Arsenal in the north London derby. Before being replaced, he continued for seven minutes.
Tottenham will undoubtedly be clamoring for Maddison to be available and play football.According to sources from London, the English international felt “positive” about the situation.
Brennan Johnson also left the field holding his left leg against Arsenal in the 62nd minute. The £45 million acquisition from Nottingham Forest is said to have tight hamstrings rather than a more serious problem. A scan was not necessary, and Johnson will be watched before this weekend, according to football.london.