Destiny Udoji, on loan from Udinese, had an accident.

Britain’s ‘The Sun’ said on the 14th (Korean time), “Tottenham Hotspur star Udoji drove into a table outside a bar while driving in Italy. No other injuries were identified. In the photo, broken tables, chairs and debris were scattered. “The police took a breathalyzer test, but the results were not released. Udinese announced that they would be punished.”

In 2002, young wing-back Udozi rose to prominence when he moved to Udinese after growing up at Helas Verona. He received a lot of attention as he played in the Italian national team for all age groups. Udoji proved his potential last season, playing in 35 Italian Serie A matches.토토사이트

His aggressive moves stand out in particular. Udoji is characterized by actively participating in overlapping with his speed as a weapon. Since he is still young, he clearly has some areas to work on, but he was well-received last season as he scored eight offensive points (five goals and three assists).

Last summer, Tottenham, who was thinking about reinforcing wingbacks, embraced Doji Udo. He concluded the deal by investing a considerable amount of 18 million euros (approximately 25.9 billion won). However, as Ivan Perisic and Ryan Sessegnon are holding on, Udoji was immediately loaned to Udinese.

After the lease, the more the game went on, the sharper it became. Last month, Doji U was also nominated for the ‘Italian Serie A Player of the Month’ along with Hvica Kvarachhelia, Kim Min-jae (Napoli), Armand Loriente (Sassuolo), and Adrien Rabio (Juventus). He is expected to return to Tottenham after the end of the season and add strength to the squad depth.

However, he is being glared at by an unexpected commotion. Italy’s ‘Il Martino’ reported that Udoji caused damages of 3,000 euros (approximately 4.31 million won) in a car accident. According to ‘Football Italia’, the owner of the bar shuddered in fear, saying, “It looked like a bomb had exploded here.”

He returned to his team without any injuries, but discipline is inevitable. Udinese announced on their official website that they would prevent his recurrence, saying “he will be disciplined according to the club’s internal rules”.

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