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Tottenham star who stared again has caught the attention of a Premier League team. In the summer, Nottingham Forest is anticipated to be sold.

Bryan King, a former Tottenham scout, thinks Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg will depart the team despite his strong showing against Forest.

Hojbjerg, who is supposedly thinking about leaving North London this summer, performed admirably on Sunday as Spurs defeated Nottingham Forest 3-1 in the league.

The game was deadlocked 1-1 at the half when the Danish midfielder entered to replace Yves Bissouma.

Ange Postecoglou’s move to the midfield proved to be a brilliant move as the Lilywhites quickly scored two goals in the second half to win 3-1.

Hojbjerg played for forty-five minutes, and he gave a good performance. With an accuracy percentage of 88%, he completed 52 of the 59 passes he attempted during his 66 total touches. Interestingly, he completed six of these passes in the last third, and all of his long ball attempts were successful. In addition, the 28-year-old contributed on defense, completing three defensive plays, retrieving the ball four times, and making two interceptions. Using FootMob

King thinks there will be interest in Hojbjerg come summertime.
King, though, speculates that Hojbjerg’s aspirations for consistent first-team action could not mesh well with Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou’s goals.

King acknowledged Hojbjerg’s desire for regular starting roles and conjectured that, should he maintain his current level of play, the Premier League would show interest in signing the midfield player.

He stated to Tottenham News:

“He was impressive, and I think his cameo against Forest was beneficial.”

“But I’m not sure whether Postecoglou can give Hojbjerg regular first-team football at Tottenham; I think he wants to start every game.”

“Premier League clubs will definitely be interested in him if he plays like he did against Forest.”

There are less than 15 months left on Hojbjerg’s contract until it expires in June of next year.

Levy will try to keep Spurs from losing him on a free agent next year if they are unable to move him this summer.

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