No going back for Eriksen
Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen has reportedly made it clear that he wants to leave the club, with his contract set to expire next summer.
Eriksen’s future has been a hot topic of conversation for many months now.
With the Danish playmaker’s contract set to expire next summer, there’s been plenty of transfer links.
During the summer transfer window, it was Real Madrid who were heavily linked with a move.
However, nothing materialised, and Eriksen remained at Spurs.
His situation has only worsened since the summer, though.
Eriksen has not been playing as much as he would like during Tottenham’s poor start to the season.
Now, it looks as though he’s leaving one way or another.
Real Madrid bound?
According to Marca, Eriksen has already made it clear that he wants to leave, despite ‘three different proposals’.
Their report explains: ‘He knows what he wants to do, and that’s leave. Whether in January or next summer, he will get what he wants – to leave Tottenham’.
Interestingly, Marca also reveal that Daniel Levy attempted to sell Eriksen late in the summer window.
They claim: ‘Daniel Levy even tried to sell the midfielder during the final days of the transfer window once he realised the Dane wasn’t going to sign. Real Madrid weren’t interested in signing him then, they were working off Zinedine Zidane’s orders to pursue Paul Pogba’.
As a result, Tottenham could easily lose Eriksen for free if he signs a pre-agreement with another club in January.
Therefore, Spurs will likely try to sell him to interested clubs for a cut-price fee in the winter window.
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