Juventus are ‘ready to sell’ Dejan Kulusevski in January to fund a move to Dusan Vlahovic, giving Tottenham’s hopes of getting the former a significant boost.
Journalist Niccolo Ceccarini reports that Juventus are ‘ready to sell’ Kulusevski in January in order to raise funds and then increase the possible offer that they can make to Fiorentina for Vlahovic.
Juve Live pick up on this and explain that Juve are keen to ‘accelerate’ their efforts for Vlahovic, who is one of the hottest properties in Europe at this moment in time.
Their idea is to sell Kulusevski, who has not convinced Maximilian Allegri, to raise the money they have available to offer to Fiorentina.
The ‘serious problem’ is that they need to find a team ready to pay €30m for the Swede. In Italy, that’s ‘impossible’, meaning they need to look at the Premier League or La Liga.
In England, Tottenham are known to be admirers courtesy of Fabio Paratici, who signed him for Juventus in the first place, and he could become ‘very interesting’ to them once again if he’s made available.
They would ‘gladly make him available’ to Antonio Conte, but there is also a chance they could face competition from Arsenal.
At the moment, it doesn’t seem like any club have made a move, more that Tottenham are one club who could do so if he’s made available.
That appears to be something Juventus are moving towards doing as they try to beat the fierce competition for Vlahovic.