The Danish national team and Southampton-captain Pierre Emile Højbjerg is a player who has been linked with a move to a bigger club. At the same time, he has soon only one year left of his contract.
Southampton is the club's manager Ralph Hasenhüttl well aware that the midfielder may become a thing of the past in the club, when the next transfervindue comes. He tells this in a interview on Twitter with Simon Peach.
- We also know what kind of club we are. When a player does well and gets an offer from a big club, and it is a suggestion which we can accept - and that it is a realistic offer, and not a stupid - then we can agree on everything, sounds from the Hasenhüttl.
The austrian manager also points out that it does not matter for the negotiations, to Højbjergs contract expires in the summer of 2021.
- If there comes a bid that is not good enough, so he will be here one more year. We don't sell him, says Southampton manager and adds that they now will take a serious look at the Højbjergs contract.
Ralph Hasenhüttl roses in addition Pierre Emile Højbjerg to be a good team player, who knows the strengths he has.
Pierre Emile Højbjerg moved from Bayern Munich to Southampton in 2016.
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