For the past few days, various reports in Italy have covered Tottenham Hotspur wanting to sign Dejan Kulusevski in the winter market.

On New Year’s Eve, Gazzetta dello Sport stated the north London club are ‘serious’ about the 21-year-old, who has struggled for regular game time under Massimiliano Allegri this season.

According to il BiancoNero, the Old Lady are open to letting the 21-year-old leave in the winter market and have requested an amount close to €35m to part ways with him.

The Sweden international has admirers in the Premier League, where the north London club and their local rivals, Arsenal, are named as his suitors.

Fabio Paratici knows the forward very well, having signed him for Juventus in 2020, when he was with the Turin club. The website now explains the Spurs chief would ‘not disdain replicating the same operation to the advantage’ of the English club.

However, there is a ‘disagreement’ between Paratici and the former Chelsea manager on bringing Kulusevski to the club.

Conte seems ‘less enthusiastic’ about Kulusevski and if he were to take a player from Juve, he ‘would prefer to bet on Weston McKennie, rather than on Kulusevski’.