Dejan Kulusevski officially joined Tottenham from Juventus, MySportDab reports.
The attacker is subject to international clearance and work permit before he can be fully a Spurs player on a loan move.
Dejan Kulusevski joins Tottenham from Juventus on an 18 months loan move with option to make it permanent when the deal come to an end.
Spurs have been busy in the transfer market bringing in new players as they made two big signings from Juventus this January window.
Dejan Kulusevski who had been struggling for game time under Max Allegri has decided to move to the English Premier League side.
Spurs already made an official announcement about the new signing who still have some paper works to complete before anything else.
The move is official knowing they are on the last day of the Transfer window which only few hours left before it is officially closed.
Dejan Kulusevski time with Juventus wasn’t that bad until he lost his place in the team starting lineup following Max Allegri return to the club.
His move to Tottenham was based on him getting regular playing time to improve his experience with so much left for him to left at a young age.
His official unveiling will be done one he is cleared to fly to England with clearance and work permit being processed for the player.