Recent reports from Calciomercato suggest that Tottenham midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg is grappling with intense emotions regarding his current situation at the club.
According to the report, Hojbjerg is “very disappointed” with his circumstances at Tottenham Hotspur. This sentiment arises from a feeling of being “betrayed” by the club he holds dear and “loves so much.” Such strong emotions have compelled the Danish midfielder to contemplate a departure.
Renowned transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano has offered further insight into this developing story, revealing that Hojbjerg has taken the significant step of changing his agent. This decision indicates his readiness to seek a new challenge, potentially as early as the upcoming January transfer window or, alternatively, in the following summer.
Hojbjerg, 28, arrived at Tottenham in 2020, having previously caught the attention of football enthusiasts with his impressive performances at Southampton. Since his arrival in North London, he has been a dependable and consistent presence in the midfield.
However, despite his past successes, Hojbjerg has faced challenges under the stewardship of the new Tottenham manager, Ange Postecoglou. Consequently, rumors of a possible departure emerged during the summer transfer window.
One of the clubs expressing keen interest in acquiring Hojbjerg’s services was Atletico Madrid. The La Liga giants even tabled a bid for the midfielder but failed to reach an agreement with Tottenham, leaving the player’s future hanging in the balance.
According to the latest reports, Atletico Madrid has not abandoned their pursuit of the Danish midfielder, with a move in the upcoming January transfer window still on their agenda. They appear to be the frontrunners in the race for Hojbjerg’s signature, remaining firmly in “pole position.”
However, there is a new twist to the tale. Juventus, the Italian Serie A club, has reportedly entered the fray. It is suggested that Juventus has initiated “contact” with Hojbjerg’s newly appointed agents, signaling their intention to compete with Atletico Madrid for his signature. The prospect of a bidding war adds intrigue to an already captivating narrative.
Nevertheless, it is important to note that Tottenham values Hojbjerg at €40 million and does not seem open to a loan deal, which had been a potential option considered by the Serie A side. This valuation could be a significant factor influencing the player’s eventual destination.