SAINTS have agreed a fee with Tottenham over the sale of Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, according to reports.

The St Mary's side have been holding out for £25million for the Dane, with a deal now said to have been struck according to talkSPORT and BBC Radio Solent.

Everton have also had a bid accepted, but the Dane is thought to have his eyes set on a move to north London.

Hojbjerg, who turned 25 yesterday, has scored five goals in 134 times for Saints since joining from Schalke in 2016 and began the 2019-20 campaign as captain.

The same reports say Saints and Spurs have also come to an agreement over the sale of Kyle Walker-Peters.

The defender, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Saints, is believed to be heading back to Hampshire on a permanent deal worth around £12million.

Walker-Peters, 23, featured 10 times for Ralph Hasenhuttl's side during his loan stay.