The most recent report from Football Insider claims that Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has been told by Tottenham that he is “free to leave” during the next transfer window, subject to one restriction.
Since the summer, the Danish midfielder has been linked to a move away after falling behind Ange Postecoglou in the starting lineup.
Although Hojbjerg is a dependable player, Ange has favoured Yves Bissouma and Pape Matar Sarr as the starting midfield tandem. Hojbjerg’s defensive style of play is incongruent with Ange’s strategies.
The 28-year-old has been connected to several elite teams, like as Juventus, Atletico Madrid, and Napoli.
The Spurs team is very depleted and needs reinforcement in numerous areas, especially the midfield. Particularly considering that Bentancur and Maddison are not anticipated to return until later in the month of January, and they will be without Pape Matar Sarr and Yves Bissouma in January.
The team is reportedly ready to let Hojbjerg go, but only if they can find a suitable successor for him first, according to a Football Insider article.
Many Serie A teams are interested in signing the former Southampton player, but any deal would be contingent on Spurs being able to recruit a new midfield player by January 1.
Conor Gallagher of Chelsea, who the Blues chose not to trade in the summer despite wanting to sign him, is one player who is frequently linked to Spurs.
Spurs intend to make an offer for the England midfielder if Chelsea decides to sell him, according to reports indicating they are still interested in him.