Tottenham News: Christian Romero joined Spurs on loan from Atalanta at the start of the current season.
The Argentina international has been in superb form since making the move, playing a key role as Spurs push for a place in the top-four. He has played 22 league games this season, scoring one goal.
Meanwhile, Dejan Kulusevski joined the London-based club on loan from Juventus during the January transfer window.
The 22-year-old made himself an instant hit among Spurs fans – like Romero. He played 17 Premier League games so far, scoring three and assisting eight goals. The Sweden international also won the Premier League Player of the Month accolade in April.
Tottenham News: Christian Romero and Dejan Kulusevki to join Spurs permanently in the summer
According to Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham are ready to spend £67.5 million to make Dejan Kulusevski and Christian Romero’s loan deals permanent in the summer.
The duo impressed Antonio Conte, who sees them as key members of the project for the present and future. Romero’s deal will cost Spurs £42.5 million, while Kulusevski has a buy-out clause of £25 million(as reported by the Daily Mail).
Arnaut Danjuma is now on the Spurs’ radar
According to reports, Spurs are looking to sign Villareal attacker Arnaut Danjuma during the upcoming summer transfer window. Fabio Paratici reportedly sent scouts to watch the attacker during Villareal’s UEFA Champions League semi-final clash against Liverpool last month.
The Dutch international has been a revelation since joining the Spanish side from Bournemouth at the start of the current season. He has scored 10 goals in 23 league appearances for the club so far.
The 25-year-old also scored six goals in 11 UEFA Champions League fixtures prior to Yellow’s elimination from the tournament.
However, the London-based club is likely to face competition from Liverpool, Manchester United, and Real Madrid, who have also shown interest in signing him. However, Villareal are likely to demand a transfer fee of close to £50 million to sell their prized assets.
Spurs are the favorites to qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League. They are currently fourth in the league table, with 68 points from 37 games. Antonio Conte’s men will play Norwich City at Carrow Road during their last league game of the season.
UEFA Champions League qualification will have a big impact on their transfer business this summer. It will help them attract some of the biggest talents, while also earning them extra revenue.