Spurs set Eriksen price tag
According to the Mirror, Tottenham chairman Danny Levy has put a price tag on Christian Eriksen.
Eriksen has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid since Zinedine Zidane returned to the Bernabeu.
As a result, it has seemingly forced Spurs to put a price tag on one of their top stars.
That number is reportedly £130m, a rather steep fee given that Eriksen will only have a year remaining on his current Tottenham contract come the end of the season.
Eriksen’s time at Tottenham
Eriksen joined Tottenham from Dutch outfit Ajax in 2013 for a fee in the region of £12.5m.
Since then, Eriksen has gone on to make a staggering 264 appearances for Tottenham.
In those 264 games, he has scored 63 and assisted 81.
The 27-year-old has also scored seven and assisted 12 in 38 games across all competitions for Tottenham this campaign.
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Eriksen is also expected to start in Spurs latest clash vs Liverpool.
At one point in the season, Spurs looked like they may actually compete with Liverpool for the title.
However, they have since failed to win any of their last four league outings.
As a result, they are now level on points with 4th place Man United and just one point in front of 5th place Arsenal.
Liverpool, on the other hand, need to beat Spurs to go back top of the division after Man City eased past Fulham on Saturday.