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Crystal Palace 'still interested in Juventus defender Radu Dragusin'

Crystal Palace 'still interested in Radu Dragusin'
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Crystal Palace are reportedly targeting Juventus youngster Radu Dragusin, who only featured three times for Juve's first team after making his debut in December.

Crystal Palace are reportedly still interested in signing Juventus centre-back Radu Dragusin this summer.

Dragusin came through the ranks at Juve and Andrea Pirlo gave the then-18-year-old his senior debut in December last year, but he only managed three more appearances during the 2020-21 campaign.

The 19-year-old does have experience of being around the first team as he featured on the substitutes' bench for the majority Juve's fixtures last season.

Italian outlet Calciomercato report that the Eagles have submitted an offer to Juve for the youngster, however Dragusin is open to the idea of staying with the Old Lady to earn more game time.

Steve Parish is looking to add youth to the squad as current centre-backs Gary Cahill, Scott Dann and James Tomkins are all above the age of 30.

Dragusin was recently involved with Romania's Under-21 side for the Euros, but only featured once off the bench as his side failed to get out of their group.

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