SAINTS and Tottenham have agreed deals in principle for the transfers of Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Kyle Walker-Peters, according to some national reports.

A fee of around £15million is said to have been agreed for the sale of former Saints skipper Hojbjerg to Spurs.

In a separate deal, Walker-Peters is reportedly close to joining Saints for close to £12million, having impressed during a loan spell at St Mary's last season.

The Telegraph claim Hojbjerg is "on the brink" of joining Spurs, despite having held talks with Everton after their £25million bid was accepted.

The Dane, 25, has played 134 times for Saints since joining from Schalke in 2016, scoring five goals.

Saints and Spurs' valuation for Hojbjerg is believed to be a sticking point, with Sky Sports reporting "bonuses and payment structures" are still to be agreed, while BBC Radio Solent insist neither deal is yet done with Tottenham not close to reaching the asking price.

Walker-Peters, 23, joined Saints on loan from Spurs in January and featured 10 times for Ralph Hasenhuttl's men.

The right-back has played 24 games for the first team at Tottenham, coming up through their youth system.