Pierre-Emile Højbjerg has a ‘clear intention’ to leave Tottenham Hotspur after being restricted to limited game time under Ange Postecoglou, according to Corriere dello Sport.

The midfielder wants to join a club where he can enjoy more minutes and Juventus would be ‘more than a welcome solution’ for him. They are keen on signing him in January and efforts have already started taking place behind the scenes for a deal.

It’s said the intermediaries are working to find a possible solution and the Tottenham player’s agent is set to arrive in Turin today to find out Juve sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli’s intentions for his client.

The Denmark international has a deal until 2025 and the newspaper states Spurs want €30m to part ways with him.

This is a ‘problem’ for the Old Lady since Giuntoli’s idea is to take him on a loan deal, with a possibility of including an option/obligation to make the deal permanent. Tottenham, on the other hand, only want an obligation set at €30m, if it’s a loan deal.

Corriere also point out Atlético Madrid could also be looking at the former Southampton man in the winter market.

The aforementioned factors would make it difficult for Juve to sign the Dane but his agent’s visit today ‘can accelerate a positive solution’ for a January deal.

The two clubs have a good relationship after negotiating the deal for Dejan Kulusevski, and this would also help to find an agreement for Højbjerg’s transfer.

The reports linking Højbjerg with a move from Tottenham would only increase if he were to continue being a substitute under Postecoglou.