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Spurs to buy Dejan Kulusevski for less than half of £64m from Juventus

Antonio Conte wants £42.5m star at Tottenham ‘at all costs’
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Tottenham Hotspur will most likely make a permanent signing of Juventus loanee Dejan Kulusevski at a lower price than the initial estimation of £64m.

The Swedish winger joined Spurs in January on an initial loan deal, but Antonio Conte’s charges have the option to make that move permanent for just £25m.

Kulusevski, 22, came to the English Premier League and created an instant impact at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with five goals and eight assists in just 14 starts, proving his worth and improving his market value in the transfer market.

 CIES values Kulusevski at €75m (£64m), based on his progress in the Premier League, with his value predicted to go up in the coming days.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Spurs will not be ready to produce the amount in the coming months, but in a year’s time, the side will make a move.

Italian transfer operator Fabio Paratici is the man who finalised the deal for Kulusevski to Tottenham Hotspur after arriving in North London last summer. 

He is also behind the deals involving Cristian Romero and Rodrigo Bentancur for the club.


Written by Tony Masibo

Tony is an ardent sportsman, ethical and professional.

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