Tottenham Hotspur’s talks with Juventus for the transfer of Dejan Kulusevski are advancing, according to claims from Italy on Friday evening.

Tutto Mercato Web now features an update saying ‘progress is being made’ in the negotiations between the clubs.

It’s said Spurs would pay €1m to have the winger on loan, then have a right to buy him for another €30m. Then it’s claimed the two sides have ‘reached an agreement’ regarding these numbers.

However, there’s still a ‘stumbling block’, which is this purchase clause. It’s said Juventus only want a loan with an obligatory permanent move, while Tottenham want it as an option.

Tutto Mercato Web claims the negotiation is going ‘quickly’ because Tottenham have been rejected by Adama Traore and are now in a hurry to sign a winger.

The talks between Juve and Spurs have been reported since this morning, with interest being reported for months, so it sounds like there’s indeed an intense negotiation for the move, with the formula being the last obstacle to get it done.