Tottenham Hotspur will listen to offers for defensive midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, according to talkSPORT.
Newly appointed manager Ange Postecoglou is keen to revamp his squad, and Hojbjerg is one of several players that could exit this summer.
Hojberg has been a staple at Spurs since joining from Southampton in 2020, chipping in with ten goals and 16 assists in 145 appearances.
He was an ever-present figure for Tottenham last season, which saw them miss out on a European berth after finishing eighth in the Premier League.
Postecoglou has been brought in to right the wrong of his predecessors and return Spurs to the Champions League places after an impressive two-year spell in the Scottish Premiership with Celtic.
However, the Australian manager will require significant reinforcements from the summer transfer window and needs to generate enough funds to overhaul an underwhelming squad.
Several players are expected to leave, and Hojbjerg could be sacrificed to usher in a new era with the new manager unable to guarantee him a starting spot.
Although there are currently no offers for his services, Hojbjerg has two years remaining on his current deal at the club, so a summer departure could be on the cards.
Tottenham are set to be active in the transfer market, with the club set to bring in several new recruits, including Brentford goalkeeper David Raya, who is close to agreeing personal terms.
Club captain Hugo Lloris is approaching the twilight of his illustrious career. The club are looking for a long-term replacement, and Raya ticks their boxes.
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