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Tottenham Report: Forgotten Clause in Deal Puts Spurs’ Star Attacker at Risk of Departure.

Reports suggest that Tottenham could miss out on the permanent signing of Dejan Kulusevski if they fail to finish in the top four of the Premier League. Kulusevski, on loan from Juventus until the end of the season, has become a regular in the Tottenham team. While it was previously assumed that the move would become permanent, there is uncertainty due to a £30m buy-out clause which is only activated if Tottenham qualify for the Champions League. With the club currently occupying fourth place, but only two points above fifth, their form will be crucial in securing the services of the promising Kulusevski.

Furthermore, the future of manager Antonio Conte remains uncertain after the Italian’s recent outburst following a draw with Southampton. Tottenham could see Ryan Mason appointed as their next manager, after Thomas Tuchel was snapped up by Bayern Munich. Meanwhile, star striker Harry Kane may look to force a move away from the club, leaving Tottenham in need of a replacement. They are considering Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny as an option in the long-term. Tottenham’s fortunes for the remainder of the season could have a major impact on their future prospects.

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