Tuttomercatoweb have claimed that Juventus could cash in on rumoured Tottenham target, Dejan Kulusevski when the transfer window reopens in January.
Kulusevski enjoyed a promising first season at Juventus, scoring seven times and registering seven assists in all competitions.
It was reported during the summer transfer window that Fabio Paratici was keen on bringing the winger with him to Tottenham but the move never materialised.
The Mirror claimed last month that Spurs were continuing to keep an eye on the Swedish international ahead of January, with the North London club even sending scouts to watch him in action this season.
Kulusevski has not managed to have the same sort of impact in Turin so far this season, being restricted to a bit-part role under Massimiliano Allegri.
TMW now claim that unless Allegri changes his mind about the winger, he could be on his way out of the Old Lady in January.
The report adds that Juve are aware that the winger could fetch a decent fee in the transfer market and adds that the Serie A giants could also be open to loaning out 21-year-old.
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I would not be surprised if there is some truth to reports of Tottenham’s interest in Kulusevski given that Paratici signed him for Juventus and has worked with him.
Perhaps, the Italian could try to work out a loan deal with an option to buy similar to the Romero and Gollini transfers in order to minimise risk.
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