In recent weeks, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has been regularly linked to a move to the Tottenham Hotspur stadium since revealing his intention to play for a club playing on the international stage.
It has now been announced that Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton have reached agreements regarding the move of Hojbjerg, as well as of Kyle Walker-Peters.
The two clubs have agreed to a £15 m fee for Hojbjerg to make the move to North London, according to.
Meanwhile, the Saints must fork out £12 m to keep Walker-Peters permanently on the books at St Mary’s.
The report argues that contractual terms for Hojbjerg and Walker-Peters have yet to be decided, but both parties will handle negotiations with relative ease as the two players look forward to signing with their respective clubs for the 2020-21 season.
Hojbjerg has turned out 134 times in all competitions for Southampton, while Walker-Peters has made just 24 first-team starts for Spurs.
Walker-Peters spent the 2019-20 season on loan from Tottenham at Southampton and the right-back was firmly finishing the campaign under Ralph Hasenhuttl.