The race to sign Dejan Kulusevski from Juventus is hotting up and AC Milan are monitoring the developments, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com report that the Swedish winger could well end up being the big sacrifice for Juve after the money they paid out to sign Dusan Vlahovic from Fiorentina, especially given that Alvaro Morata is now not expected to go to Barcelona.
Arsenal, Everton and Milan have been offered the 21-year-old through his agent Alessandro Lucci but Juventus are wanting an 18-month loan and an obligation to buy set at €35m, which has for the time being cooled Milan’s interest.
Spurs have now entered the discussion though, because former Juventus director Fabio Paratici and ex-Inter boss Antonio Conte are great admirers of Kulusevski and after seeing Adama Traoré go to Barcelona, their interest has become more concrete.
The London club are willing to offer a loan with obligation to buy that would allow Juve to fully or partially recover the €35m investment made in January 2020. Milan are currently in a dormant position, and would make a concrete attempt only in the event that the conditions placed on the table by Juventus change.