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Tottenham to spend €80 million this summer transfer to reinforce the team

Tottenham to spend €80 million this summer transfer to reinforce the team

Tottenham to spend €80 million this summer transfer to reinforce the team

Tottenham Hotspur will sign Dejan Kulusevski and Cristian Romero on permanent transfers after this season, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano on Twitter. Both are now on loan at the club, but it appears like they will remain with them in the future.

Antonio Conte is pleased with how Kulusevski and Romero have performed so far at Tottenham. Right now and in the future, the duo is regarded as critical cogs in their initiative. As a result, they will sign both of them on a permanent basis, costing them roughly €80 million in transfer fees.

Spurs’ attitude is a wise one, especially considering how Romero and Kulusevski have helped them compete for the top four spots in the Premier League rankings. Completing their permanent transfers would significantly enhance their team as they strive to improve their prospects.

Tottenham will sign Dejan Kulusevski and Cristian Romero on permanent deals, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Cristian Romero will join Tottenham Hotspur on a permanent basis this summer.

If the North London club had elected not to use Romero and Kulusevski’s buy options, there would have been a backlash from the fans. After all, they’ve been tremendous for us this season, and their contributions have put us in a strong position to qualify for the Champions League.

As a result, Conte’s choice is understandable, as allowing the loan stars to return at the end of the season would have been counterproductive. Kulusevski, in particular, has completely changed our assault, forming instant chemistry with Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min.

When looking at his three goals and eight assists from 17 appearances in the league, Kulusevski’s effect is clear. The Swede might provide a long-term boost to our right-wing, as he has yet to reach his full potential. If the 22-year-old achieves the heights that were predicted during his Parma days, Conte might help him blossom into a full-fledged superstar.

Romero on the other hand, had a shaky start at N17, having returned from an injury sustained at the Copa America in 2021. The 24-year-old struggled to find consistency in the team due to another significant hamstring injury, which kept him out even after Conte took over as manager.

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