Tottenham have confirmed the double signings of Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur from Juventus.
The club has now confirmed the moves from the Bianconeri, with the Swede joining on an initial 18-month loan deal with the obligation to buy on the basis of certain conditions and the Uruguayan arriving on a permanent basis.
The Old Lady have confirmed that they will get a total of €10 million from the Kulusevski loan deal till the end of the 2022/23 season and on the basis of sporting achievements, Spurs will have to pay €35 million for the obligation to buy.
As for Bentancur, Spurs pay an initial fee of €19 million plus bonuses of upto €6 million. Juve have confirmed that they will pay €4 million as a sell-on fee to Boca Juniors as part of the move for the Uruguayan. Bentancur was linked with a move to Aston Villa and Lyon but Juve had rejected the bid from the English side.
Kulusevski was linked with a move to Arsenal and Milan too.