Tottenham Hotspur have announced they will sign highly-rated defender Luka Vuskovic from Hajduk Split in 2025.
Vuskovic will join Spurs the summer after he turns 18 and will remain in his native Croatia until then.
The 16-year-old has made 11 senior appearances for Hajduk Split already and has been courted by Europe’s elite sides.
90min first reported back in March that Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain had begun the bidding for Vuskovic, with the likes of Barcelona and Bayern Munich firming up their interest over the summer.
But earlier in September, 90min confirmed that Vuskovic had decided to prioritise a move to Tottenham and this future move has now been formalised.
Vuskovic has made a huge impression as a senior player already / ANP/GettyImages
Spurs have revealed that Vuskovic’s contract will run until 2030 once he joins up with the squad.
Vuskovic has enjoyed a record-breaking 2023 with Hajduk Split. He became the youngest player in Croatian top-flight history when he made his senior debut in February, before becoming the club’s youngest ever goal-scorer when he netted against NK Osijek.
While part of the senior team, Vuskovic helped Hajduk Split win the Croatian Cup, while he was also a key starter in the Under-19s’ run to the UEFA Youth League final, where they were beaten by AZ Alkmaar.
Vuskovic becomes Tottenham‘s third centre-back signing since Ange Postecoglou took over as head coach, with Micky van de Ven and Ashley Phillips joining in the summer.