How Christian Eriksen reacted to Real Madrid questions after Man City

Christian Eriksen reacted to Real Madrid questions

Belgian journalist Kristof Terreur has revealed a nugget from an incident in the mixed zone after Tottenham’s Champions League success at Man City.

Spurs are through to the semifinals after edging out City on away goals.

The tie finished 4-4 on aggregate, while City beat Spurs 4-3 yesterday.

After the match, reporters from Spain stopped Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen.

Eriksen was asked about the possibility of leaving Spurs for Real Madrid.

In a boost for Spurs fans, the Dane “laughed and just walked off”.

Despite Kristof Terreur’s update, the Spanish media are still claiming Eriksen wants to join Real Madrid in the wake of the Man City result.

Eriksen & Tottenham

Eriksen, 27, has six goals and 12 assists in the Premier League this season.

The Danish star has also scored twice in Tottenham’s Champions League campaign.

Eriksen joined Tottenham from Dutch outfit Ajax in 2013 for a fee in the region of £11.5 million.

His contract with Spurs expires at the end of next season, and it’s unclear whether Eriksen is open to agreeing a new deal.

Eriksen after Man City

After the Man City match, Eriksen called himself the “luckiest man on the planet” during an interview with BT Sport:

I must be one of the luckiest guys on the planet tonight! I thought it was all over but It was a fun game.

It was a rollercoaster, we gave them a lot but also got a lot it was a weird game.

After today we take a deep breathe, it will be a fairytale to play them and fun to be back in the Arena again.

Also see: Moussa Sissoko reveals how he finally found out Tottenham KO’ed Man City.

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