Ex-Spurs manager Antonio Conte borrowed Kulusevski from the Bianconeri last year on an 18-month deal, with the English outfit holding an obligation to buy clause in the Swede’s contract.


The €35m mandatory buy clause was structured to be activated on meeting two conditions after the end of the loan contract that Kulusevski plays in 50% of the team’s Premier League matches for at least 45 minutes, and Spurs qualify for the Champions League.



Now, as Spurs missed out on qualifying for next season’s Champions League, Kulusevski’s future in London was in doubt despite the winger’s willingness to stay at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.


But it is suggested that newly-appointed Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou is keen on keeping Kulusevski in the squad with Tottenham set to hold talks with Juventus.



It was claimed last month that the north London side are looking to fork out a fee lower than agreed for Kulusevski and Juventus are also seeking options to facilitate the English outfit’s efforts.


Now, Spurs’ wishes could be set to materialise, as according to Italian outlet Tutto Mercato the London-based club might need to shell out a fee in the region of €25-30m to make Kulusevski’s move permanent.



Juventus are keen to jettison the Swedish winger this summer as they are eyeing reorganising their squad.


Now all eyes will be on Tottenham to see whether they successfully seize the opportunity they have on their hands.