How Tottenham’s summer transfer budget could be affected by Cristian Romero & Dejan Kulusevski

How Tottenham's summer transfer budget could be affected by Christian Romero and Dejan Kulusevsky

One of the main reasons for Tottenham’s move from the Champions League final to their Europa League rivals was poor spending.

However, since Fabio Paratici’s arrival, Spurs have begun to make some of the smartest moves in the market.

Two of the best examples of this come from Serie A in the form of Christian Romero and Dejan Kulusevsky.

Romero managed to break through Antonio Conte’s defense with five men, while Kulusevsky is the last piece of the now-deadly attacking Spurs’ spear.


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Romero and Kulusevsky eat out of Tottenham’s summer budget

However, neither of the players has actually been signed to a permanent deal by the Lilywhites yet.

Tottenham have the option of making both transfers permanent this summer and they are expected to do so.

But how will that affect their summer transfer window, while Kulusevsky and Romero are great deals, there is still a lot of work to be done elsewhere.

we will, football london Alasdair Gold made it clear here: “Making the moves of Christian Romero and Dejan Kulusevsky permanent has to be factored in of course. That’s roughly £70m that Tottenham will have to pay this summer and they will do because every penny is totally worth it.

“However, Chairman Daniel Levy will obviously have to find more money because there is a lot of work to be done and both Antonio Conte and Harry Kane will need to be convinced that next season will be something special.

“The worst potential mistake Spurs can make is seeing what Conte has achieved and assuming he doesn’t need more. They made that mistake under Mauricio Pochettino and it’s part of the reason why Spurs fell into the chaos they did. The transfer budget will of course be determined by whether Spurs finish in Top four or not, but even if they don’t, it should be a summer full of ambition, not just an achievement.

“This does not mean that they have to spend incredible amounts, it means that they have to spend smart. January proved that Paracchi can pick the right players for Conte at manageable costs and this summer whether the goals are big, small or even appropriate, the key is that they are players Conti”.

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