Tottenham are eyeing Juventus midfielder Dejan Kulusevski.
The Sweden international has found himself sidelined at Juve this season under new coach Max Allegri.
Via Fotboll Transfers, the Mirror says Spurs chief Fabio Paratici is watching developments closely.
Paratici signed Kulusevski for Juve while their sporting director and is convinced by the former Atalanta midfielder's potential. He spent the previous season on-loan with Parma before joining Juve. He signed permanently Juve for €35m in January 2020.
Kulusevski formally joined Juve last year and has a deal to 2025. This term, under Allegri, he has managed seven appearances, producing one assist.
Paratici has been watching the 21 year-old since he was first brought to Italy by Atalanta four years ago.
Kulusevski was part of Sweden's squad at the summer's Euro 2020 tournament. The midfielder played twice, including the round of 16 defeat to Ukraine.
- updated September 27
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