‘On the way out’: Jamie O’Hara urges Tottenham not to sell ‘one of our best players’

Jamie O’Hara has urged Tottenham Hotspur to keep Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg at the club this summer.

The former Tottenham player believes the hard-hitting midfielder is “one of our best players” and he was “really good” last season, he said Sky sports news (08/13/23).

On Sunday, Tottenham recorded a 2-2 draw with Brentford, in a revamped Spurs side that played attacking football.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg was on the bench and an unused substitute. Instead, Oliver Skipp, James Maddison and Yves Bissouma started.

There are rumors the Denmark international could be on the way to departure this summer – he was signed from Southampton by Jose Mourinho.

But O’Hara wants the 28-year-old to stay because he believes he can become a key player in Tottenham’s squad under Postecoglou.

Pierre Emile Hojbjerg
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“I like Hojbjerg, I don’t know what the situation is with him,” said O’Hara. “I actually think he’s one of our best players.

“Last season I thought he was really good for us. Maybe he’s on his way out.”

Tottenham Hotspur pre-match press conference
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Tottenham should leave Hojbjerg

If Postecoglou doesn’t see him as part of their plans, the best thing is that they resell him and get as much money out of him as possible.

There’s no doubt that when he’s at his best, he’s an underrated player and the unsung hero at the center of the pitch.

But given his current status at Spurs and the fact that the team doesn’t play in Europe, they should move him on as there are fewer games for him to try to reclaim his spot.

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