Tottenham Hotspur have reached an agreement with Juventus over a loan move for Dejan Kulusevski, according to Sky Sports. Providing the medical, scheduled to take place on Sunday in England, goes as planned and there are no further issues, the 20-cap Sweden international will spend the remaining part of the season in North London, and Spurs will then have the option to turn the deal permanent.
With boss Antonio Conte keen to add a new winger to his ranks, Spurs tried to sign Luis Diaz from FC Porto, but once Liverpool made their move in the same direction, the Colombian chose Anfield as his destination and he’s already passed the medical with the six-time European champions. Spurs were also interested in Adama Traore of Wolverhampton Wanderers, but the Spaniard chose to return to Barcelona instead.
Kulusevski prefers to play on the right attacking flank. This season, he’s made a total of 27 appearances in all competitions for Juventus, scoring twice and providing three assists.