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Player ‘feels betrayed’ by Tottenham, wants exit – ‘Very disappointed’ with Postecoglou’s decision

Pierre-Emile Højbjerg has been reduced to a limited role at Tottenham Hotspur after Ange Postecoglou’s arrival at the club in the summer.


The 28-year-old, who has played in every league game the past three seasons, has been limited to 80 minutes of action in six games this year.

According to Calciomercato, the midfielder “feels betrayed” by the team he “loves so much” and is “very disappointed” with his current predicament at Tottenham.

As a result, the athlete is seeking a new challenge, which may be the cause of his recent breakup with his agent.

The Danish international was viewed by Atlético Madrid during the last transfer window, and they still plan to use him in January.

Diego Simeone is an admirer of the Tottenham man and the outlet states the La Liga side are planning a new assault in the winter market.

Both Atlético’s manager, Massimiliano Allegri, and their sporting director, Cristiano Giuntoli, like the Dane “a lot,” thus the Old Lady must be avoided.

According to Calciomercato, Tottenham values the player at €40 million and isn’t interested in a loan agreement, which is currently the Serie A team’s only viable alternative.

The most recent communication between Juve and Hjbjerg’s new agency shows that Giuntoli is’ready to seize’ an opportunity, so long as there is a chance to close the deal.



Son Heung-min is ‘on fire’ this season for Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham Hotspur, according to Jermain Defoe.

The 31-year-old scored his sixth Premier League goal of the season over the weekend as Tottenham defeated nine-man Liverpool 2-1.

Son Heung-min is performing significantly better this year than he did last, when he scored 10 Premier League goals.

Defoe was a skilled goal scorer during his playing days, and he believes the South Korean star will’score 25 goals’ this year, according to Premier League Productions (30/09/23 at 7:35 pm).

Given the attack-oriented mentality of this Tottenham team, you would undoubtedly bet on Son to reach those goals given the fact that he recently won the Premier League’s Golden Boot.

In addition, someone needs to be held accountable in the wake of Harry Kane’s departure since, as Defoe mentioned, the pressure of losing the club’s all-time leading scorer hasn’t yet been felt.

Son to score 25 Premier League goals?

“Sonny has been on fire this season,” said Defoe. “I wouldn’t even call it pressure. But Harry’s gone and he is someone who can score 25 goals.”

Son to score 25 Premier League goals?

“Sonny has been on fire this season,” said Defoe. “I wouldn’t even call it pressure. But Harry’s gone and he is someone who can score 25 goals.”

Son perfect for Postecoglou’s system

It’s important to remember that Son, who Mauricio Pochettino signed, scored goals under Jose Mourinho and won the Golden Boot under Conte, so it’s not like he disappeared for a while.

Son is the one player in the Tottenham locker room who perfectly fits Postecoglou’s approach, but he just wasn’t himself last season.

And now he can finish off the continuous service he is receiving from people like James Maddison, Richarlison, and Dejan Kulusevski by darting around within the penalty box like the red arrows, pressing as high up as he can.

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