‘Deal will not happen’: Romano drops transfer update involving Tottenham

On the eve of the transfer deadline, Tottenham Hotspur is very active with both probable incomings and outgoings.

Brennan Johnson is apparently on the verge of joining the Spurs, with a medical soon to follow.

Japhet Tanganga and Sergio Reguilon have recently departed Tottenham on loans, rounding up the list of departing players.

Another Spurs player who has been linked to a transfer may hold off for the time being, though.

Fabrizio Romano claims that Tottenham is not persuaded by Atletico Madrid’s initial verbal offer for Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.

The transfer insider claimed on X that the transaction “will not happen” under the existing circumstances. It is insufficient to persuade Spurs.

According to the Daily Mail, Atletico has made a move to sign Hojbjerg. especially a lending agreement with a purchase requirement.

On transfer deadline day, things move quickly, thus a report from one hour can be completely out of date by the next.

See what transpires over the next few hours. But one thing is certain—Hojbjerg appears to be in high demand from teams. He appears to be extremely likely to move.

There have also been rumors of a transfer to Fulham, but the Dane is said to have rejected the idea.

Hojbjerg was acquired by Tottenham from Southampton three years prior. He has played 148 times for the team.

He doesn’t appear to be part of Ange Postecoglou’s starting lineup, though. In Tottenham’s first three Premier League games of the year, he has yet to make a start.

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Tottenham officially confirm departures for two senior defenders

Japhet Tanganga and Sergio Reguilon have both left Tottenham Hotspur on loans, the club has officially confirmed.

The club appeared to be focusing on unloading many of their unwanted players and getting a couple through the door on transfer deadline day, and that is exactly how it is panning out.

Tanganga is expected to sign a season-long loan agreement with an option to purchase with Augsburg on deadline day, according to a report published this morning by Fabrizio Romano.

Tottenham has officially acknowledged that their academy graduate has joined the Bundesliga team on a temporary basis, and the club has revealed that the agreement includes a conditional obligation to buy.

In the meantime, it has also been widely reported that Manchester United and Reguilon have reached an agreement over a loan agreement with a break clause in January (The Athletic).

The left-back, who spent the previous campaign on loan at Atletico Madrid, has now also been confirmed by Spurs as being on his way to Old Trafford.

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