By John Wenham

21st Nov, 2022 | 7:41am

Tottenham expert shares 'unbelievable' Dejan Kulusevski prediction after source's transfer reveal

Dejan Kulusevski will soon be back to his “unbelievable” best for Tottenham after spending the World Cup break recovering from his most recent injury.

That is according to Spurs expert John Wenham, who regularly breaks news about the club on his Lilywhite Rose social media channels.

On Sunday (20 November), sources told Football Insider that Tottenham have everything in place to sign Kulusevski permanently regardless of whether he activates the clauses in his contract.

According to one well-placed source, the permanent transfer of the Juventus loanee is already “99 per cent” done.

The 22-year-old’s progress has been hampered by injuries this season, meaning he has only been able to start seven games in all competitions.

Wenham claims Kulusevski will be able to find his best “unbelievable” form in the second half of the season.

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“It’s a huge shame that the World Cup has come when it has for Kulusevski,” Wenham told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.

“He’s just about getting back to his best after his time on the sidelines and what he really needs is more game time every week.

“Hopefully we will be able to give him that at Hotspur Way if we play some friendlies there. On the other hand, it means we can get him back to full fitness without worrying about having a Premier League game to play at the weekend.

“it means when the season starts again he can be in the best possible shape. I said before the season that I thought Kulusevski could get 15 league goals this season.

“He’s missed a lot of games already and he only has one goal in the league, which came on the opening day.

But there are a lot of games in this next period of the season.

“There is no reason he can’t find that unbelievable form again and hit double figures in the league, certainly in all competitions because he is that good of a player.”

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