Multiple journalists make same claim about Spurs Hojbjerg deal and price involved

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Multiple journalists have now claimed that Tottenham re inching towards a conclusion in the transfer of Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg from Southampton.

Earlier this week, Sky Sports reported that Tottenham and Southampton had agreed on a fee of £15m for the central midfielder.

However, Radio Solent journalist Adam Blackmore then threw cold water on the claims that a deal was done, revealing that Spurs were still falling short of Southampton’s valuation.

As recently as today, The Sun weighed in on the debate and reported that a £20m fee plus add-ons had been agreed between the two clubs and the contract would likely be signed this weekend.

Both Football London’s Alasdair Gold and Dan Kilpatrick from the Evening Standard have now reported that the deal is inching towards a conclusion, as is the transfer of Walker-Peters to Southampton.

Both journalists claimed that the difference between the Hojbjerg and Walker-Peters price tags remains £3m, meaning that Spurs would effectively be paying £3m plus the academy man for Hojbjerg.

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