A target for Tottenham since the summer, Dejan Kulusevski finally got the move to London most were expecting late on in the January transfer window, arriving to play under Antonio Conte at the same time as Rodrigo Bentancur.
While the Uruguay international was signed permanently, the Swede wasn’t, as his deal was an 18-month loan with an option to buy that could become obligatory if certain conditions are met.
Well, Kulusevski hasn’t wasted any time settling in at Tottenham since his arrival, scoring two goals and assisting another three in eight appearances, which, according to Juve Live, has already convinced Spurs.
They claim on Tuesday that the Premier League side seem ‘more and more convinced about the Swedish winger’, and as far as he is concerned, it’s ‘increasingly possible’ that we will see the move be made permanent.
In fact, they go as far as saying they ‘will try in every way’ to sign him.
Should that happen, €40m would be sent to Juventus by Daniel Levy and co., which, while hefty, could prove to be a bargain in the long run should he continue to excel under Conte.