Tottenham Transfer News: Tottenham has takena decision on Dejan Kulusevski
Tottenham Transfer News: Tutto Mercato Online reports that in the summer, Tottenham will officially sign Dejan Kulusevski. Spurs have a conditional duty to sign him permanently, but there was some debate over whether or not they would use that option.
Spurs fans are understandably upset after the events of the previous few weeks at the club. Their play initially angered the crowd, leading to an outburst from Antonio Conte that led to his dismissal.
The 30-month prohibition on director Fabio Paratici’s involvement in global operations ultimately led to his resignation. The hunt for a new director has not yet produced any clear candidates to succeed Conte.
Spurs’ ability to finish in the top four has been called into question after the resignation of their Italian manager. After a victory by Newcastle United against Manchester United, Spurs dropped to sixth. But, a victory against Everton on Monday would put them back in fourth place.
Dejan Kulusevski’s future may be in jeopardy if they fail to make the playoffs. After contributing to Spurs’ fourth-place finish last season with some brilliant performances, the Swedish international has not been at his best this year.
The 22-year-old was loaned to Tottenham by Juventus for 18 months beginning in January 2022. The club must guarantee the striker a long-term contract if they reach the Champions League.
When the loan becomes permanent, Juventus will get an additional €35 million in addition to the €10 million they previously got. There have been recent concerns, which have prompted comparisons to Italian clubs. The player, though, has shown a desire to remain in north London, thus Tottenham will honour his transfer request.
Tottenham Transfer News: Despite the uncertainty with Antonio Conte’s departure and the Champions League battle, Tottenham will sign Dejan Kulusevski permanently
According to the rumour, Tottenham’s intentions with Kulusevski may not change even if they don’t make the playoffs. They will still see him as a ‘Conte signing’ even if the Italian coach is no longer involved.
Spurs may start contract negotiations with Kulusevski and Juventus when the season concludes. If they are unsuccessful, the giants from Turin will be disappointed since the player may return at the end of his contract.
Juve will not be able to pay the €35 million that Spurs owe them in today’s market, due to the club’s financial difficulties. So, they anticipate Kulusevski’s permanent addition to the Spurs roster this coming summer if the trade goes through.