Tottenham have now agreed a fee with Juventus to sign Dejan Kulusevski on a permanent basis this summer.
The Swede had initially joined Spurs on an initial loan deal in the January of 2022. Spurs had an obligation to buy him permanently if they had qualified for the Champions League, but they had an option to buy him permanently if they hadn’t. Since they finished outside the top four and couldn’t go past the Round of 16 in the Champions League, they only had an option to buy.
After negotiations, they have have now agreed a fee with the Old Lady to sign the winger permanently. Romeo Agresti has confirmed that an agreement of €30 million has been reached and only the final few details of the move are to be defined in the next few hours. But an agreement now exists between the two sides.
It was reported yesterday that talks were ongoing between the sides but there was a gap of €10 million between them. But the deal has now been thrashed out.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN