Tottenham could sell Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg this summer if they receive an appealing offer, according to Football Insider.
Hojbjerg joined Spurs from Southampton last summer in a deal said to worth £15 million plus bonuses (via Sky Sports).
However, after just a year at the club it seems the Denmark international could be on his way out – but only if Tottenham are able to make a sizeable profit on him.
Football Insider claims Hojbjerg could be worth over £25 million this summer, and Spurs would be open to selling if a club offers that kind of money.
Hojbjerg was a big favourite of Jose Mourinho’s, and the report suggests the new Roma manager could attempt to take his man to Italy.
The 25-year-old continued to be a mainstay under interim boss Ryan Mason, but there is no indication as to whether a new manager will see him as undroppable.
With all of that said, we think Tottenham would be foolish to let Hojbjerg leave.
Despite a couple of blips, he was impressively consistent throughout the campaign and could get even better under a superior coach next term.