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Report: Tottenham Hotspur ‘prepared to thwart transfer moves for exceptional player.

The Premier League transfer window has reportedly closed, and Tottenham Hotspur has apparently chosen not to consider any other offers for Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.

On the day of the transfer deadline, the Danish international was frequently connected with moves away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with clubs like Fulham and Atletico Madrid pursuing last-minute agreements to sign the midfielder.

Since the Saudi Pro League transfer window closes on September 7th, Galatasaray may yet make a final offer to entice Hojbjerg away from London while Turkey’s transfer window is still open until September 15.

However, despite what appears to be continuous interest from the champion Turkish Super Lig team, a report from Football Insider asserts that Ange Postecoglou’s team will not take into account any additional offers for the Dane.

Since no offers came in for the 28-year-old during the summer transfer window, Spurs have decided against any prospective out-of-season transfers for the player on the grounds that they would only be able to locate a suitable replacement in January.

Though he has already played four times for Tottenham this season, the midfielder has somewhat slipped down the lineup with the new additions of Yves Bissouma and James Maddison.

Since going to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in 2020, Hojbjerg has made 149 appearances and has tallied 10 goals and 16 assists.

Due to the expiration of his current Spurs contract in June 2025 and the Premier League’s ban on new signings, the former Southampton player appears destined to stay in London for the foreseeable future.

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Less than 48 hours on players departure Postecoglou already names his replacement

With Spurs head coach Ange Postecoglou ready to put his faith in adolescent Ashley Phillips to step up, Tottenham sold Davinson Sanchez to Galatasaray.

On Monday night, Sanchez signed a permanent contract with the current Turkish champions for little less than £12.8 million. Tanguy Ndombele, a teammate from Tottenham, also traveled to Istanbul on a season-long loan with a $12.8 million buy option.

Both players joined Galatasaray in time to be part of their Champions League group-stage roster.

Under Postecoglou, Sanchez started the season as the third-choice center-back for Spurs. He then came off the bench in the opening-day tie at Brentford before starting and missing a penalty shootout in the Carabao Cup second-round loss to Fulham.

Summer signing Phillips was on the bench against Burnley at the weekend and could potentially serve as center-back cover, along with Ben Davies, until at least January. Eric Dier has yet to be named to a single matchday squad under the Australian.

Phillips, 18, joined Spurs in July for £3 million from Blackburn, where he appeared eight times in the Championship last season. Despite also playing for the Under-21 squad, Phillips has been training full-time with the first team.

Despite being highly regarded, the England U19 international may now be forced to play right center-back if Cristian Romero gets hurt, unless Postecoglou sends Dier back from the sidelines.

 

 

Karren Brady claim about Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou looks truly prophetic

Karren Brady, vice-chair of West Ham, made a prediction regarding Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou that now seems to have come true.

Although the London rivals West Ham and Tottenham Hotspur may not get along, there is a lot to enjoy about what they are doing this year.

In different ways, the resurgence of Arsenal as Premier League title challengers over the past year has hurt both the Hammers and Spurs.

That resulted in West Ham losing captain Declan Rice in a £105 million trade to Tottenham’s fiercest competitors.

Unbeaten Hammers and Spurs winning plenty of admirers

But this year, West Ham and Tottenham are gaining a lot of supporters thanks to their undefeated starts, which have placed both teams in the top four of the young standings.

The way West Ham has strengthened and rebuilt the team since Rice’s departure is impressive.

Tottenham has also made some fantastic additions and is currently playing the thrilling attack-minded game that their supporters, like West Ham’s, love to see.

Many commentators and journalists have praised James Maddison and James Ward-Prowse as the season’s top acquisitions.

And you can hear Spurs supporters singing “we’ve got our Tottenham back” because they are so thrilled with Ange Postecoglou’s style of play.

Many questioned Postecoglou’s ability to adapt his playing style to the Premier League with Spurs.

West Ham vice-chair Karren Brady’s claim about Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou looks truly prophetic

Nobody could have predicted that he would disprove his detractors so soon, as his team has tied Man City with 11 goals in just four games.

Well, maybe Karren Brady, the manager of West Ham.

because West Ham vice-chair Brady’s assertion regarding Spurs manager Postecoglou appears to be foretelling.

Earlier this year, when West Ham manager David Moyes was apparently fighting to keep his job, Postecoglou and a number of other managers were mentioned as prospective replacements.

And Brady gave the guy who would later lead Tottenham to a new manager high accolades in her The Sun column at the time.

While many questioned the veracity of Postecoglou’s resume, Brady praised the Australian and advised supporters not to be shocked if he quickly makes a significant impression in the Premier League.

West Ham vice-chair Karren Brady’s claim about Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou looks truly prophetic

Nobody could have predicted that he would disprove his detractors so soon, as his team has tied Man City with 11 goals in just four games.

Well, maybe Karren Brady, the manager of West Ham.

because West Ham vice-chair Brady’s assertion regarding Spurs manager Postecoglou appears to be foretelling.

Earlier this year, when West Ham manager David Moyes was apparently fighting to keep his job, Postecoglou and a number of other managers were mentioned as prospective replacements.

And Brady gave the guy who would later lead Tottenham to a new manager high accolades in her The Sun column at the time.

While many questioned the veracity of Postecoglou’s resume, Brady praised the Australian and advised supporters not to be shocked if he quickly makes a significant impression in the Premier League.

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