Tottenham Hotspur will exercise their option to sign on-loan Juventus midfielder Dejan Kulusevski this summer. The Swedish international made the move to North London in January 2022 on an 18-month loan deal worth €10 million, which included an obligation to sign him outright for €35 million if certain conditions were met.
The 23-year-old enjoyed a strong start to his Spurs career, scoring five goals in the 2021-22 Premier League season under coach Antonio Conte. Kulusevski has struggled for form since Conte’s departure, leading to reports that he may not be signed outright, despite insisting he is happy with the Premier League side.
Tuttomercatoweb cite a report from Football London which now claims that despite the poor run of form, Kulusevski is still appreciated by Spurs and despite not qualifying for the Champions League, a term of the obligation in his contract, Tottenham will still sign the Swede outright next month.