Kulusevski made a move from Italian giants Juventus to north London this past month on deadline day to shore up Spurs’ options.


With the likes of Giovani Lo Celso and Tanguy Ndombele having gone the other way, Spurs satiated their need for new players with Kulusevski as well his fellow Juventus star Rodrigo Bentancur.



However, being a foreign acquisition, the winger was still waiting for a work permit before he could be eligible to play for Spurs.


The hurdle has now been cleared as Kulusevski has been granted a work permit that allows him to start making appearances for Spurs.



Spurs take on Brighton & Hove Albion this weekend in the FA Cup and it is a possibility that Kulusevski makes his debut for his new club in that game.


Bentancur on the other hand has still not received his work permit yet as he was way with Uruguay on international duty over the break.



Kulusevski has arrived on loan to north London and now with administrative work done, he will be eager to get back to footballing business and impress for Spurs.