According to Calciomercato.it, Tottenham Hotspur could reach an agreement with Juventus over the transfer of Dejan Kulusevski over the ‘next few hours’.
Fabrizio Romano reported yesterday evening that there were still details to be ironed out between Spurs and Juventus regarding Kulusevski.
He revealed that Tottenham wish to sign the winger on a loan deal with an option to buy for €30m (£24.9m), which could become an obligation if certain conditions are met.
He also suggested that Juve wanted to include a mandatory purchase clause of €40m (£33.2m) instead.
However, Calciomercato.it have now suggested the two parties are a lot closer to reaching an agreement that will bring Kulusevsi to North London.
The report states that the Tottenham track is ‘very hot’ for the Sweden international.
The publication backs up Romano’s claim that Spurs are ready to offer €30m (£24.9m) but suggest that Juve would be willing to do a deal for just €35m (£29.1m).
It is asserted that ‘a meeting point could be found’ between the two clubs over the coming hours.
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Paratici will know that he cannot afford to let this deal slip through his fingers after the collapse of the Traore and Diaz pursuits. So, one would expect Spurs to cave in to Juve’s demands and finalise the transfer sooner rather than later.
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