Spurs look to secure transfer deal for in-form forward

Tottenham Hotspurs are keen to secure a permanent deal with star-studded Juventus player, Dejan Kulusevski, who has enjoyed an impressive spell in north London this season, Fabrizio Romano.

On the day of the January transfer deadline, 2022, Spurs secured the loan signing of the Swedish winger from Juventus for an initial fee of €10 million to keep him at the club until 2023. Although the deal came without any commitment to buy, Spurs had the option of releasing him. . A number of player incentives, in addition to the club’s goals, to ensure that a specific fee of 35 million euros can be paid for the winger.

A mandatory purchase clause will be triggered if; Kulusevsky plays at least 50% of Premier League matches, for at least 45 minutes, and if Tottenham can secure a place in the Champions League at the end of the season. Both incentives seem more than viable at the moment, with Spurs finishing fourth, three points behind their north London rival, and Kulusevsky having a big role in that.

Kulusevsky has contributed three goals and six assists in 11 Premier League games so far this season (Transfer MarketHe gave the club few options, but secured the player on a permanent basis after some impressive performances since his loan move, and at just 21-years-old, the Swede will have many great seasons to come.

On top of wanting to secure the move, Antonio Conte is also keen to secure the traditional “No 10” signature to accommodate Harry Kane according to daily Mail, who has sometimes adopted a more creative role for Spurs in recent months. The departure of players the likes of Giovanni Lo Celso and Dele could make up some of the financial resources to invest in the creative midfielder that Conte wants, as he will look to improve upon Tottenham’s disappointing European campaign this season, if they qualify for next year’s competition.