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Sky Sports man names two players whose futures at Tottenham remain ‘very uncertain’

By Mehdi Gokal -

Tottenham Hotspur are poised to be busy in the upcoming transfer market, with several matters to address.

Just as Spurs have been seeking potential signings in the summer, they also have to work on the departures of current players who are not part of the club’s plans.

Among the current squad of Lilywhites, two players whose future remains uncertain are Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Giovani Lo Celso.

Michael Bridge on Lo Celso and Hojbjerg

According to Sky Sports reporter Michael Bridge, there is a possibility that both Hojbjerg and Lo Celso could depart from North London this summer.

Hojbjerg’s departure from Tottenham has been speculated since last year, with various European clubs being mentioned as possible destinations for him.

Bridge suggested that the forthcoming transfer window might involve changes in Spurs’ midfield.

He stated that Hojbjerg had chances to leave last summer, with interest from Italy and inquiries from clubs like Atletico Madrid and Fulham on Deadline Day, all of which he declined.

The interest persisted from Serie A as Hojbjerg initially pursued a transfer in January for regular playing time ahead of this year’s Euros but eventually opted to remain with the Lilywhites.

Speaking to GiveMeSport, Bridge stated:

“Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Giovani Lo Celso’s futures are very uncertain, so I can see movement in the midfield area. Last summer, there was a potential opportunity for Hojbjerg to move on. He had some interest from Italy, and then there was a bit of interest on Deadline Day, including enquiries from Atletico and Fulham. He turned both down. In the winter, there was a little bit of interest from Italy again. But I’d imagine this is the summer where he will look to move on.”

Both Hojbjerg and Lo Celso have less than 18 months remaining on their contracts, which are due to expire in June of the following year.

With the midfield duo’s limited role in the ongoing campaign, with Hojbjerg starting only 6 Premier League games and Lo Celso only 4, it’s probable that they will exit North London at the end of the season.

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