Tottenham winger Dejan Kulusevski has been valued at €75 million (£64m), according to a report from the CIES Football Observatory.
The 22-year-old Sweden international has been a big hit at Spurs since arriving at the club on an initial loan from Juventus in January.
Kulusevski slotted into a forward line alongside Harry Kane and Heung-min Son and tallied an impressive five goals and eight assists (Transfermarkt) as Spurs booked their place in next season’s Champions League.
In securing the loan deal, Tottenham parted ways with £8.3 million to take the wide man on board until June 2023, while they have an option to buy him outright for £25 million over the summer.
With the option remaining active next summer too, a mandatory clause worth £29.8 million could activate if they qualify for the Champions League and Kulusevski turns out in more than half of the available matches (The Guardian).
And with the reported prices floating around ahead of a likely permanent deal, Tottenham could be securing their man at a snip compared to his updated market value.
The latest CIES report claims Kulusevski is worth in the region of £64 million, which is almost double what Spurs are expected to part ways with in total.
While a transfer is expected to occur at some point in the future according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the journalist revealed that Spurs would be keeping him on loan for next season.
Spurs Web Opinion
Tottenham’s deal for Kulusevski looks to be a bargain after his first few months at the club and his latest market value really reflects how well he has done.
Spurs are being sensible with their finances by keeping the deal fluid, meaning they will have more available at their disposal this summer.
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