Pierre Emile Hojbjerg, a midfielder for Tottenham Hotspur, has been connected to a departure from the team in recent weeks.
The north London club has struggled to give the 28-year-old regular game time, thus he needs to go in order to play frequently.
According to journalist Florian Plettenberg, the midfield player is prepared to quit the Premier League team this month and is “open for a new challenge.” It would be intriguing to see if Juventus can finalize a deal with the midfield player, as they are apparently anxious to sign him.
Tottenham is willing to allow the player to go on loan this month, provided that the contract includes a buy-out clause. On a loan with a buyout option, Daniel Levy will not permit the player to go.
❗️PE Höjbjerg, still open for a new challenge in winter as he wants to play regularly! #THFC
➡️ 90 minutes vs. ManUtd last weekend but he wants more
➡️ Talks and ideas about a permanent deal or a loan with an obligation to buy. A loan with an option to buy is not an option for… pic.twitter.com/VErWnyvtKX
— Florian Plettenberg (@Plettigoal) January 21, 2024
It’s obvious that the Premier League team is eager to part ways with the Denmark international for good. Although the 28-year-old has been a devoted member of the team since moving from Southampton, Ange Postecoglou’s new coaching philosophy does not mesh well with his playing style.
This month’s separation between the two parties makes sense, though it’s still unclear where the midfield player will wind up. He is unquestionably talented enough to play for the best teams in Europe.
The Danish international is still at the top of his game and cannot afford to start each week as a substitute for Tottenham. He should make the transfer in January at this point in his career.