Arnaut Danjuma is thought to be adjusting to life at Tottenham Hotspur well, and would be open to a permanent move if first-team football can be guaranteed.

The 26-year-old joined Tottenham in January on a loan deal until the end of the season. Danjuma nearly joined Everton but Spurs hijacked the deal late on (The Athletic).

Danjuma has made just 12 appearances for the North London side in all competitions, contributing two goals (Transfermarkt).

Arnaut Danjuma

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He has found opportunities hard to come by, with game time limited under Antonio Conte in particular, and little changing with the management of Cristian Stellini and Ryan Mason since.

It is believed Spurs have the option to sign Danjuma on a permanent deal worth £21 million in the summer (Rob Guest on Gold and Guest Talk Tottenham Podcast).

However, it is unclear at this stage what the future will hold for the Dutch winger. His position at Spurs is especially uncertain given the fact there is no permanent manager at the club right now.

In a report from Football.London however, there is some insight into how the player is feeling and what he might want in order to make his stay at Tottenham a permanent one.

The piece claims Danjuma has “settled in well at Spurs” despite the lack of opportunities on the pitch. It is thought he would be “open to a permanent move” on one condition.

According to the report, the Villarreal-owned player would need “regular football” in order to consider a move to Tottenham on a full-time basis.

That said, it remains to be seen whether the club would be interested in signing him after his loan spell ends.

Spurs Web Opinion

There’s no doubt Danjuma is a good player, but we just haven’t seen enough of him to warrant making his signing a permanent one.

It’s not necessarily his fault he hasn’t been given the chance to show what he can do, but we should not be investing in him if he’s not been able to break into the team.

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