DONE DEAL: Tottenham has reached verbal agreement with ‘sensational’ star with 21 appearances this season

Giants in Serie A During the current transfer window, Juventus has pursued Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg of Tottenham for a loan move; however, any possible deal has fallen through.


Football Insider claims that Juventus is willing to pursue alternative prospects in order to bolster their midfield since they are unhappy with the loan payments that Spurs have offered.

Since the summer, Hojbjerg has been connected to moves outside of North London. According to reports, the Premier League team is willing to let the Denmark international go in January. If a trade does come together, manager Ange Postecoglou is eager to add a new midfield player to the team.

The 28-year-old’s transfer to Juventus is reportedly still possible, however it’s unclear whether the European powerhouses will be able to complete a deal.

Despite making 21 appearances for Tottenham this season in all competitions, the midfielder has only started five of those games, therefore Postecoglou does not view Hojbjerg as a significant member of the team.

The Danish star’s career would benefit from a move, but it won’t happen until Spurs can recruit a successor during what might be a hectic transfer window for the North London team.



Timo Werner to Tottenham: Despite Chelsea’s failure, Spurs are ideal for this risk-free transaction


While there is never a completely risk-free signing, Tottenham has struck a deal with Timo Werner on a six-month contract from RB Leipzig that appears to have no drawbacks.

Werner, who has a point to make and is playing for both a permanent move and a spot in Germany’s European Championship team, will join Spurs on loan until the end of the season.

In Ange Postecoglou’s strained squad—which will be without captain Heung-min Son until perhaps mid-February, assuming South Korea advances far in the Asian Cup—he will offer much-needed backup and competition.

Werner has the option to sign a permanent deal with Spurs for approximately €15–20 million (£13–17 million) in the summer if he performs well and returns to a level similar to that of his first stint at Leipzig. This deal is a steal in the current market.

In 2020, Werner was available from Leipzig and cost Chelsea three times as much as Liverpool, who were also in the running to buy him.

Werner can be sent back to Leipzig at the conclusion of the season if he doesn’t have a significant impact back in London, giving Spurs more time to explore other options in an environment that is far more conducive to large transfers.

For the remainder of the season, even if Werner is lackluster, he will probably be a better option coming off the bench than Jamie Donley or Bryan Gil.

Second chance: via Getty Images, Timo Werner hopes to put his Chelsea struggles behind him at Tottenham AFP.

Although there are unavoidably questions surrounding the 27-year-old’s time at Chelsea, it is easy to see why Postecoglou thinks Werner is good. Werner can play through the middle or on either flank, which is exactly what the Australian wants across his front three.

The German is brisk, straightforward, and a skilled pressman. He also has the tactical awareness to strictly adhere to Postecoglou’s orders. Spurs will have another quick runner to get ahead of the England No. 10 and finish his passes once James Maddison returns to the field.

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