Report: Spurs could sign Juventus man on loan in January if permanent deal not found

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According to Calciomercato, Juventus are willing to let Tottenham target Dejan Kulusevski leave the club on loan in January if they cannot secure a permanent transfer for the winger. 

Kulusevski, 21, has undergone a tough stint with the Bianconeri since making the move to Turin in August last year. 

He has managed just one goal and an assist in 15 appearances in all competition, in what have been incredibly mixed minutes for the Sweden international. 

A move away from Juventus looks all the more likely for Kulusevski and Calciomercato claim Tottenham is a potential destination, either as a permanent move or a loan deal. 

The report claims the Serie A giants are looking to receive a value close to €35 million (£29.5m) for a permanent transfer to come to fruition, but would be willing to sanction a short-term loan to allow the winger to find regular action. 

It adds that Spurs’ rivals Arsenal are also in the running for Kulusevski, with Juventus more inclined to let the Swede depart for a Premier League side rather than to a direct Serie A rival. 

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It looks pretty likely that Kulusevski is heading towards the exit door at Juventus with opportunities not coming too often.

He is still young for a winger and has a lot to learn, but you have to question whether this is a player Spurs need right now, given how risky the move can be and the options in the wide areas already. 

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