We can say it now. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s transfer rumors had no substance.
That’s according to Fabrazio Romano, an expert on the European transfer market. The European transfer market is closed. Hojbjerg’s transfer didn’t happen. Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher to Tottenham was just a rumor.
Romano took to social media on Friday to say: ‘Tottenham did not send an official bid for Gallagher on the last day of the transfer window. Despite reports of interest, there was no concrete offer of £40 million,’ and ‘negotiations did not progress as Tottenham were not close to completing the transfer of Joivier to Atletico Madrid.
Hojbjerg was first linked with a move to Atletico Madrid. A transfer fee of £30 million was reportedly approached.
However, the tide was shaken when Saudi Arabia target Hodrigo de Paul decided to stay put, and United were then linked with a move. 카지노사이트
Mason Mount, the club’s most ambitious signing from Chelsea, was ruled out with injury after just two games, with Hojbjerg seen as a possible replacement.
His connection to manager Eric ten Hagg was also not to be ignored. Ten Hagh worked with Hojbjerg when he was Bayern Munich’s second team coach. However, only Sergio Reguillon was loaned to United, and that didn’t change anything.
However, despite his stay, Hojbjerg’s position is not what it used to be. He was a key defensive midfielder under Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte.
However, his role has been blurred since Enze Postecoglou took over. Postecoglou plays attacking soccer and prefers his defensive midfielders to challenge.
Hojbjerg is a stabilizer. He has been pushed by Yves Bissouma, Pape Sarr, and even Oliver Skipp. He has only started in the League Cup this season, and has come off the bench in all three English Premier League (EPL) games, playing just 66 minutes.
Rodrigo Bentancur is working hard to return after undergoing anterior cruciate ligament surgery. If his current form continues, Hojbjerg could be on the lookout for an exit in the January transfer window. He has two years left on his contract at Trondheim.