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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans left devastated by Dejan Kulusevski claims

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Tottenham Hotspur fans have been reacting to claims surrounding a potential swoop for Dejan Kulusevski in the January transfer window.

According to a report in La Stampa (as per Calcio Mercato via Sport Witness), Antonio Conte’s men are ‘in pole position’ to sign the Swedish winger in the upcoming transfer window, with the report stating that his current club Juventus ‘have to sacrifice’ one of their players in order to raise funds for their own January plans.

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The winger has shown a bit of promise in Turin, scoring eight goals and chipping in with 10 assists during his time there, but at the age of just 21, there’s still time for him to develop his game, flourish and get his numbers up.

The news was relayed by @HotspurRelated on Twitter for fans to react to, and it generated some interesting responses, with some rather worried that bringing Kulusevski in might actually open the door for Juventus to bag one of Tottenham’s other targets this window:

“We’re giving them money to sign Vlahovic”

“Noooooo and they’re gonna get Vlahovic”
“Well he is below average”
“No they’re going to use those funds to sign Vlahovic”
“I believe we would be in line for the morons of the year award with this one. If we sign this guy we are giving Juve half the money to go and sign Vlahovic. Get Vlahovic first before all else.”
“Why is this happening to us? Huh? If we want a winger with 0 vibes legit bring Berardi in, best winger in that godforsaken league”

Would Dejan Kulusevski be a good signing for Spurs?





It certainly is an interesting transfer to keep an eye on, and with the window just a few days away from opening, we might not have to wait long before we hear some more news about it.

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