Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur were both linked with Dejan Kulusevski ahead of the January transfer window, and both London clubs have continued to be linked with the Sweden international throughout the month.

Recent days have seen the Spurs track become the likelier solution for Juventus, as they look to bring some money in after signing Dusan Vlahovic, who both Premier League clubs were also linked with, from Fiorentina.

On Friday there were claims that Tottenham had agreed on the figures of a deal with the Turin club, paying €1m to loan the player until the end of the season, and then a further €30m to make the move permanent in the summer.

The only issue was that Juventus wanted the permanent transfer to be compulsory, whereas Antonio Conte’s side just wanted the option of a purchase.

Calciomercato give their latest on the situation, and say the ‘yes’ from Kulusevski to Tottenham is ready. Fabio Paratici would ‘do his former club a favour’ by signing the attacker, and it’s stated it would be a loan with a compulsory purchase, but only if the player, or Spurs, achieve certain unexplained objectives.

They put the fee at ‘around €40m’.

Arsenal get a mention and it’s stated the ‘obligation’ to buy, whether linked to objectives or not, was not even ‘contemplated’ by the Gunners.

Therefore, Tottenham is now the ‘most credible track’ for the transfer.