Kulusevski’s form helped Tottenham qualify for the Champions League as they overtook Arsenal to cement their place in the top four. And it’s no longer in the hands of their rivals, as Tottenham hold their own European destiny having won six of their last seven Premier League games.
Tottenham must now improve on Arsenal in their last seven games to finish in the top four unless Manchester United embark on an unlikely run and the two London sides walk away. If Kulusevski can help them finish the Champions League, the £29.2m he is expected to cost them this summer will be a bargain.
Conte believes Tottenham have one of Europe’s best talents in their hands and believes the best is yet to come from the Sweden international. The Spurs boss said: “Honestly, we are talking about an important prospect because he is very young, only 21 and despite his young age he has a good experience with the national team.