Loan fees, buyout conditions, and more: Tottenham’s signing of Dejan Kulusevski: the complete transaction information.


Loan fee, two separate buyout clauses & more: All the details of Tottenham’s deal for Dejan Kulusevski

Tottenham Hotspur’s acquisition of Dejan Kulusevski last month was the subject of a report released on Thursday that gave some insight into the finer nuances.

Fabrizio Romano, a transfer expert, provided the most recent wave of information.

Kulusevski, who joined another Juventus player Rodrigo Bentancur on a season-long loan to Tottenham, has been confirmed by an Italian journalist who is widely regarded as a transfer guru.

Juventus will pay the Lilywhites another 5 million euros in 18 months for the Swedish international’s services, which will keep him at the club for the balance of the current season.

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Fabio Paratici and Co. will be able to make Kulu’s entrance a permanent one this summer for a charge of 35 million euros.

Instead of triggering this clause, the capital outfit’s option will become a requirement following the end of the 2022/23 campaign, under two particular conditions, if they opt out of doing so.

First and foremost, if the Lilywhites secure Champions League qualification. If, on the other hand, Kulusevski manages to start 15 games this season.

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Assuming Spurs make it to the Champions League next season, there is a mandatory buy-out provision in the contract.

Until 2023, the loan fee will be €10 million. Summer 2019 buy-in is worth $40m; summer 2020 is worth $35m.

Add-ons, specifics, and more:

Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) made the comment. 3rd of February, 2022

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Putting the transfer rumor mill aside for the time being, Kulusevski could make his Tottenham debut in less than 48 hours.

Manchester United will return to action after a two-week hiatus when they face Brighton in the FA Cup fourth round on Sunday, March 17.

Since exiting the Europa Conference League in humiliating fashion, Spurs’ only remaining chance of winning a trophy this season is the FA Cup, and they will be frantic on Saturday night if they can beat Brighton and progress in this season-long competition.

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