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Top story: Højbjerg visited
The club’s sporting director Cristiano Guintoli was reportedly in attendance at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in north London on Monday night to watch the 28-year-old Denmark international in action during the stunning 4-1 defeat to Chelsea. The Bianconeri Assess whether a move for his signature will be made when the January transfer market opens.
Hojbjerg has been one of the players who has struggled for game time since the arrival of new manager Ange Postecoglou, making just one start in the league this season and it is believed that Spurs will be willing to let him go.
The Serie A club have been on the hunt for reinforcements for manager Massimiliano Allegri’s side of late and it looks like Hojbjerg is now at the top of their shortlist of potential options. He was previously linked with a move to Atletico Madrid in the summer.
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– Fulham are leading the race to sign the Fluminense midfielder AndreReport UOL. Both Liverpool and Arsenal are said to be interested in the 22-year-old but Bayern Munich are expected to return in January with hopes of landing him. Joao PalhinhaThe Cottagers look set to make the first move to try and sign the Brazil international ahead of the Premier League competition.
– Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are interested in the Lille defender Lenny Yorosaid Ekrem Konur. Scouts from both clubs reportedly watched him in the recent Ligue 1 clash with Marseille, with the 17-year-old a regular starter for the club since making his professional debut last May.
– Two of Europe’s top clubs are keeping a close eye on the Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Manu Konewrites Rudy Galletti. Bayern Munich are one of the latest clubs to be linked with the 22-year-old as they look for midfield reinforcements in January, and are reported to have retained their interest after Liverpool were linked with his signature in the summer.
– Top clubs are monitoring the Juventus centre-back’s contract situation Bremerpublished Calciomercato. The The Bianconeri The 26-year-old is believed to be keen on a contract extension, having already made initial contact with his representatives. He has been a key player for the club this season with 11 appearances in Serie A.