Southampton hold talks with Lecce over a deal for Denmark international midfielder Morten Hjulmand – with boss Nathan Jones keen to strengthen his squad further in a bid to avoid relegation
- Southampton currently bottom of the Premier League with four wins all season
- Nathan Jones is keen to add more signings to his side ahead of relegation fight
- Saints keen on Lecce’s Morten Hjulmand but club are not looking to sell him
- Jones has already signed Mislav Orsic and Carlos Alcaraz in the January window
Southampton have held talks with Lecce over a deal for Denmark international midfielder Morten Hjulmand.
Nathan Jones, who has made two January additions so far, is keen to strengthen his squad in a bid to avoid relegation.
The Saints are currently bottom of the league with just four wins all season and find themselves fighting to stay up.
Southampton have held talks with Lecce over a deal for Denmark international midfielder Morten Hjulmand
Jones has brought in Croatian international Mislav Orsic from Dinamo Zagreb and 20-year-old midfielder Carlos Alcaraz from Racing Club.
Saints are now hoping to add Hjulmand to their squad but it’s understood Lecce are not keen to sell the 23-year-old – whose contract runs until 2024.
Hjulmand has featured 16 times for Lecce in Serie A this season – with the midfielder picking up three assists.
Having played for Denmark’s youth sides, he was called up to the senior squad for the Nations League last summer but remained an unused substitute. Hjulmand did not make Denmark’s World Cup squad.
Saints boss Nathan Jones is keen to add more players to his squad in a bid to avoid relegation
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