Although it appears that Tottenham and Hajduk Split have reached an agreement, the specifics of this arrangement are still unknown.
Even though Vuskovic had previously been valued at £12 million, it’s unclear how much Spurs are paying for the center-back. We also have no idea what kind of income he expects or how long his contract will last.
Fabrizio Romano is undoubtedly a person who is frequently in the know; yet, he stated on the Here We Go Podcast that while he does have the specifics of this trade, he is unable to discuss them until everything is completed and made official.
Romano has Vuskovic details
Regarding the Vuskovic transaction, Romano was evasive.
Romano jokingly said, “Yes, I know the specifics, but I can’t divulge the specifics otherwise they will murder me.
“No, I’ll make an effort to be as specific as I can so we can all understand what happened. This transaction is significant for Tottenham. To witness a guy like Luka Vuskovic being pursued by numerous clubs across Europe was impressive. PSG wanted to sign him, Manchester City made an official offer, two mega clubs talked to the player, and there was one more English club that I can’t mention right now but will in a moment.
Wait and see
It appears that in the upcoming weeks, additional information regarding this agreement will become available, and it will be intriguing to learn the specifics of this agreement.
Vuskovic is a highly regarded young player, so he obviously didn’t come cheap, but it looks like we’ll have to wait and see what Spurs are paying in this case.
Keep an eye on this transaction because it sounds like a few specifics are still to be revealed.
‘Brilliant’: National media were dazzled by £25m Tottenham player… but then it all went wrong
Dejan Kulusevski, a winger for Tottenham Hotspur, had a rough night on Tuesday as Sweden lost 3-1 at home to Austria.
Tuesday night, Dejan Kulusevski blew hot and cold in a significant loss as Sweden was defeated by Austria.
It was only necessary for Sweden to defeat Austria after their weekend crushing of Estonia.
That didn’t happen, though, as Austria sprinted to a 3-0 lead, with all three goals surrendered inside the first 16 minutes of the second half.’B
Emil Holm managed to give Sweden a small advantage, but Ralf Rangnick’s Austria easily defeated them in Stockholm.
Dejan Kulusevski thinks it’s over for Sweden
Sweden’s prospects of making it to Euro 2024 were in jeopardy as they entered the game four points behind Austria in Group F.
Sweden just could not afford to lose; even a draw would have preserved the dream.
With only three games remaining after a 3-1 loss, Sweden is now seven points behind Austria and Belgium and demands a complete miracle.
Dejan Kulusevski, a winger for Tottenham, told TV2 that he believes Sweden’s chances of qualifying are basically over.
Even after the victory over Estonia, Kulusevski didn’t think things looked bright, but he now seems to have given up on making it to Euro 2024.
Before this match, it didn’t seem promising, but after this match, I believe it is over, Kulusevski remarked.
Swedish media react to mixed Kulusevski display
Kulusevski was receiving a ton of accolades over the weekend because, in the opinion of the Swedish media, he gave one of his best performances while wearing yellow and blue.
However, the current atmosphere is somewhat different because Sweden’s dreams for the Euro 2024 effectively vanished.
Kulusevski, according to Fotboll Skanalen, was a “extremely good” player in the first half and appeared dangerous moving forward.
They berated Kulusevski, though, for trying to dribble too much in the middle of the field, which allowed Austria to counterattack and score on one of those attacks to make it 2-0.
Kulusevski, according to Svenska Fans, was ‘fantastic’ in the opening period but drastically lost his edge after the intermission.
Kulusevski and company didn’t have a good night; the £25 million Spurs winger will likely try to have a better weekend with Tottenham.