Tottenham currently stands proud at the pinnacle of the Premier League, largely due to the managerial prowess of Ange Postecoglou.
The Australian’s straightforward approach both on and off the pitch has endeared him to many.
Spurs under his guidance have displayed football that resonates with his charisma, further cementing his place in the hearts of many.
However, not every player seems elated under Postecoglou’s leadership. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, the 28-year-old midfielder, appears to be an outlier.
Hojbjerg’s game time has been significantly limited, with a singular appearance in the Carabao Cup and seven off-the-bench entries in the Premier League.
Collectively, these stints total to a meager 247 minutes, less than the duration of three full matches.
For an international player of Hojbjerg’s caliber, representing Denmark, such minimal involvement is understandably frustrating.
However, a potential respite seems to be on the horizon for the Danish player.
Juventus, the Italian football powerhouse, is on the lookout for a formidable central midfielder, especially after Paul Pogba’s unforeseen drug test results.
Gazzetta dello Sport reveals that Juventus isn’t just eyeing Hojbjerg but also has Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi in their crosshairs.
The potential acquisition of these two talents might pave the way for Juventus’s coach, Maximiliano Allegri, to experiment with a 3-5-2 formation.
Although the transfer window remains shut for another two and a half months, the mere possibility of a new chapter away from Tottenham’s White Hart Lane may be an enticing prospect for Hojbjerg.