Southampton Executive Director of Football Les Reed added: “Pierre is an exciting young talent, who we are delighted to welcome to Southampton Football Club. “At the age of just 20, he is already an established international player with Denmark and has gained significant and valuable experience while at Bayern Munich and in the Bundesliga. “Pierre
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