Football TransfersJuventus are willing to sell Dejan Kulusevski to Spurs for £40m’
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Antonio Conte could get his hands on Dejan Kulusevski during the January transfer market as Juventus has agreed to sell the winger for the right price. 

The 21-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League in recent weeks and Tottenham has been touted as one of his likely destinations.  

However, Spurs will have to battle it out with their North London rivals, Arsenal, to secure the youngster’s signature as Mikel Arteta has also registered his interest in the Sweden international.  

Kulusevski has fallen down the pecking order under Max Allegri – making just four starts for the Italian giants this season.  

He has also been deployed on the right in the boss’s 4-2-3-1 formation in two consecutive games before undergoing a surgery that prevented him starting against Venzia. 

As a result of his poor form this season, Juventus are reportedly willing to sell Kulusevski to one of his potential suitors.  

However, Juventus have said they will only allow the 21-year-old – who is under contract until 2025 – leave if the interested parties match their asking price. 

The Italian giants are said to be looking for around £30-40million for the winger. Although, that appears to be no issue for Spurs as the club’s director Fabio Paratici is said to be eager on securing the 21-year-old’s services after previously help broking his deal with Juventus.

However, they will face stiff competition from Arsenal as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s departure still remains a possibility. 

The striker was axed as the club’s skipper after committing ‘another disciplinary breach’ and had been banned from first-team training as a result. 

Therefore, Aubameyang could look to leave Arsenal in the January transfer market as a result.  

Meanwhile, Bayern Munich are also said to be interested in signing Kulsevski – having reportedly kept tabs on his performances over the last year from afar.