The option of heading to Arsenal could revive for Juventus winger Dejan Kulusevski this month.
La Gazzetta dello Sport have stated that Juventus are looking to improve their finances and they would consider loaning the player out only if the right price if ensured from the buying club.
Juve want an 18-month loan an assurance of being able to sell the player permanently but Milan would only consider a loan currently. Juve want an initial €3 million for the loan plus the permanent opion to buy for 40 million.
Juve are also a bit hesitant to let the player join a rival club and because of that, an option abroad may yet open up. Arsenal have been linked with him in the past and so have Tottenham. But Spurs have priorities set elsewhere and they aren’t looking at the Swede, so Arsenal could become a realistic option soon.
Milan are still hoping that Juve change their mind and the terms of the deal, as only that will allow them to sign Kulusevski.