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Tottenham Hotspur: Dejan Kulusevski reveals what has players angry behind the scenes

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Dejan Kulusevski has been speaking to Tottenham Hotspur’s official website about what has certain players angry in the dressing room.

Kulusevski has been a revelation since joining Spurs from Juventus on loan in January with the Sweden international able to boast a very impressive record in front of goal which stands at 16 goal involvements across all competitions.

Considering that prior to his move in January, he wasn’t even a consistent starter in Serie A and was being played in several different positions, however, under Antonio Conte he appears to be enjoying life at Tottenham.

Kulusevski was asked on Spurs Play who the dressing room DJ was, to which he replied Eric Dier, although that doesn’t appear to have gone down too well with certain players.

‘Eric Dier, we play a lot of rap, but the South Americans are very angry because they just want to hear this other kind of music but, no, we stick to rap.’

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The fact that Kulusevski can come out and openly talk about something like this only goes to show that the whole squad just have a great bond and togetherness, otherwise, it may have been seen as a touchy subject.

It does beg the question, however, if Dier is just deliberately not playing certain music to keep on winding up the South American players such as Richarlison and Rodrigo Bentancur and if he is and they keep on picking up good results, it’s likely to continue.

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Spurs fans will likely see this as a harmless joke and something to even laugh about especially when the team are picking up positive results on the pitch as they’re still unbeaten this season across all competitions.

Their upcoming trip to the Etihad Stadium has now been postponed meaning the squad will now have more time to prepare for their Champions League trip to Lisbon following Conte’s recent frustrations about the fixture pile-up.

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