Tottenham could be a potential destination for Juventus forward Dejan Kulusevski in January, with Fabio Paratici a ‘great admirer’ of the player.
That’s according to journalist Nicolo Ceccarini on Tuttomercatoweb, who say Juventus will sell the Sweden star if a suitable offer arrives.
He explains that the Italian side are trying to work out who they can move in the January transfer window and give manager Max Allegri at least one new player.
To do so, they will need to sell first, and the ‘spotlight’ has been on Kulusevski for some time in that regard.
He’s not in Allegri’s plans, and so if a ‘suitable offer‘ were to arrive for him at any point, he will be allowed to leave.
The ‘most likely route’ he will take is to the Premier League, where there are basically two clubs vying for his signature; Arsenal and Tottenham.
Both have been heavily linked over the last month or so, particularly Spurs, who, of course, now have former Juventus chief Fabio Paratici in charge of their recruitment.
He’s the man who took Kulusevski to Juventus from Atalanta in January 2020 and has always been a ‘great admirer’ of the 21-year-old.
He would, therefore, presumably jump at the chance to sign him for Tottenham, and Juventus are ready to let it happen for the right price.