€32 million A superstar from Tottenham is expected to replace him in January, according to reports.
Tottenham Hotspur may be ready to let go of a star midfield player and bring in a superior substitute.
The Lilywhites’ commanding performance against neighboring Londoners, Fulham, on Monday night has them atop the table and undefeated in the league. Ange Postecoglou has been praised for his playfulness and charisma and has discovered a calm side.
However, Tottenham isn’t resting on their laurels and wants to keep changing their team because they’re in a title fight.
According to the Italian publication Calciomercato, Juventus is reportedly targeting Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg as they try to bolster and replace Paul Pogba. It’s thought that Juventus is pursuing a loan agreement with the intention of making it permanent in the future.
The World Cup winner, who is out of favor at Spurs, may have an opportunity to make an impact if he is forced to miss a significant amount of time due to a drug test earlier this season.
The Dane has been a supporting player this season and may drop in the lineup when Rodrigo Bentancur recovers from injury. He started against Fulham while Yves Bissouma was suspended. According to the Mail, Hojbjerg declined a transfer in the summer, so Postecoglou was forced to incorporate him into the team.
Curiously, though, Spurs were considering Conor Gallagher, a star player for Chelsea, to take Hojbjerg’s place.
Although Gallagher may not be available again given his strong start to the season, captaining the Blues and emerging as a crucial player for Mauricio Pochettino, Tottenham’s intention to sign a top-tier midfield player is unquestionably still relevant.
Transfermarkt estimates Hojbjerg’s value at €32 million.
Man City sent points deduction message amid Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham wait
Jamie Carragher issues a warning about Man City’s point deduction while Tottenham, Chelsea, and Arsenal wait.
While Manchester City waits for the Premier League financial charge results, Jamie Carragher has expressed his disbelief at the length of time and possible punishment handed to Everton.
Jamie Carragher has issued a warning to Manchester City, stating that they may face a far worse penalty than Everton. It has been revealed that the Premier League is suggesting a 12-point sanction for Sean Dyches’s team following a lawsuit accusing them of breaking profit and sustainability regulations.
Under owner Farhad Moshiri, the Toffees are accused of overspending, which has resulted in losses over the previous five years.However, no Premier League team has ever received a deduction for these reasons, and it might cause fear throughout the league.
Charges of more than 115 violations of regulations over a 14-year period, extending back to 2009–10, were brought against Manchester City earlier this year. The club faces potential penalties, such as a transfer embargo and hefty fines. The Telegraph now reports that the 12-point suggested punishment is the most likely conclusion, despite Everton’s denials that they have followed the regulations.
However, league leaders Manchester City have received a stern message from former Liverpool defender and current Sky commentator Carragher. “The Premier League [PL] wants Everton to lose 12 points for a single infraction. If the Premier League gets its way, Man City will wind up in the National League North,” he tweeted.
“Unbelievable the amount of stories that come out about Everton’s situation, but Man City’s, which has 114 more charges & has gone on for much longer, has gone very quiet.” During the time frame of the alleged breaches, City has won six league titles, spent close to £2 billion under its owners, and won every club football award that was possible.
After winning the Champions League for the first time in team history, Pep Guardiola’s team won three titles last season. They also put together one of the best rosters and longest runs of domestic supremacy in the annals of contemporary English football.If found guilty of breaking the regulations, they might face one of the worst penalties ever.
It comes after a four-year investigation and has far-reaching consequences that could result in the league’s suspension or demotion. Although there is no definite timeline for the hearings’ outcomes, there was reportedly a desire to wrap things up by the end of the previous season, which has since passed.
When the situation with Everton becomes clearer later in the season, these cases could end up being among the biggest scandals in the history of the league. Given that they now have seven points from nine games, good for 16th place in the league, the prospective fines would put them in grave danger of being demoted.
much though they have been fighting for survival for the last two years, a point deduction—let alone one this large—would put them in much greater jeopardy. Other teams will now take notice, with many doubting Chelsea’s tactics from the last three transfer windows.
As of right now, there is no indication that the Blues’ extravagant market spending is causing them any problems.