What exactly is not clear in this question? Transformer basics: Why don't they shift phase by about 90°?
The question is clearly stated:
why aren't primary current and secondary voltage out of phase by about 90°?
It was put on hold after it was edited, and closed after it even received one answer. With this reason:
closed as unclear what you're asking by winny, laptop2d, RoyC, Sparky256, Finbarr Apr 5 at 16:37 Please clarify your specific problem or add additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it's currently written, it’s hard to tell exactly what you're asking.
The question is interesting, the remarks on near and far field have a reason to be and the topic is deserving of discussion (for example in how the behavior of a perfect transformer change with changing load and coupling factor).
So why was it put on hold and then closed? The reason given is blatantly false: what the op is asking is crystal clear. And was crystal clear before the question was even put on hold. If someone had a problem with the verbose exposition of the OP's background, they could have simply edited the question and deleted that part (which I believe it is useful to understand what the OP know, but that's debatable).
I tried contacting one of the people who put on hold and closed the question but no answer came.
EDIT: highlighted for ease of comprehension.