Tottenham Hotspur open to offloading leading midfielder?
Tottenham Hotspur are open to parting ways with midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg during this summer's transfer window.
The Denmark international joined the north London club from Southampton last summer for a reported fee of around £15 million.
He has been ever-present in the defensive midfield role in the Premier League, registering two goals and four assists.
Despite this, it is reported that he could be sold this summer if the club receive an offer of around £30m from any interested club.
Former Spurs boss Jose Mourinho was recently appointed the manager of Roma, and he is reportedly keen to reunite with Hojbjerg.
Spurs are facing losses of around £150m amid the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and they may need to offload players.
Meanwhile, Harry Kane is reportedly pushing for an exit this summer. They could demand around £120m to sanction his departure.
Spurs have a ready-made replacement for Hojbjerg in their ranks. Oliver Skipp will be integrated into the squad after his loan stint at Norwich City.