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.



  1. Hojberg ain’t going anywhere (unless the new manager doesn’t rate him) which he no doubt will. Not many of his sort about see. Himself and skippy gonna be tight tight tight soon enough and don’t be surprised when Skippy matches him productivity wise. When harry does eventually leave I’d make him captain which means the right to talk to any player any way he likes if they ain’t matching his efforts on the battle field. Lionballer

  2. We have bigger trouble than trying to make a profit on PEH. We need a creative mid unless the new guy wants to put Locelso next to PEH and have Ollie Skipp behind them in a 4123 formation. Or 4213. It is hard to see Tanguy, Gio and Alli in the same staring 11 and that will be the problem with a mainstay holding mid that cannot hold unto the ball, relieve the pressure, being available for the first past, protect the back 4. Of all the requirements, PEH only fit the aforementioned. But overall having a surplus with quality is a good thing. Jose just never ration the positions well. Saying all that the sooner Kane go the better as far as I am concern. We go get a forward that is not bigger than the the team in statue, and we will have 2 strikers to rotate or a twin pivot.


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