Christian Eriksen finally picks his next club as PSG rejects Juventus’ bid for Argentina star
Brentford midfielder Christian Eriksen has chosen Manchester United over other suitors who have shown interest in him.
According to the Mirror, Eriksen has chosen United as his next club.
The Denmark international was said to be contemplating offers from both Manchester United and Brentford, Everton and Tottenham.
But he is said to have finally settled on Erik ten Hag’s team.
Meanwhile, Juventus' bid for Paris Saints' Paredes has been rejected, according to transfer journalist Ekrem Konur.
The Old Lady’s latest offer for Leandro Paredes was rejected by PSG as the French champions hoped to get 25 million euros for the Argentine.
Juventus have only offered just 13 million euros.
Paris Saint-Germain are looking to splash out £100 million on Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen this summer, according to the Daily Express.The French club are looking to build a side capable of challenging for the Champions League, with the Denmark international high on their list.Eriksen joined Spurs in 2013 for £12.5m from Ajax, but would cost eight times that amount in today's market, having helped turn Tottenham into a top-four side.
Juventus star, Dybala close to agreeing four-year deal with new club
Paulo Dybala, the Juventus star, is close to signing a four-year contract with Inter Milan.Inter Milan are close to completing a deal with Dybala to join the Serie A champions on a free transfer this summer, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.Dybala's contract with Juventus is set to expire in June, and the Old Lady has already notified him that he will not be extended.From Atletico Madrid to Tottenham Hotspur, several clubs in Europe have been connected with acqu...
PSG Set To Return With A New Bid For Inter Milan Centre-Back Milan Skriniar
At the beginning of the transfer window, it was believed that Les Parisiens were keen to sign the 27-year-old player before backing off over the last few weeks.Last month, PSG reportedly made an offer of nearly €60 million (£50.5 million) to Inter for Skriniar's services, but Simone Inzaghi's team swiftly rejected the Ligue 1 champions' approach.However, because Skriniar's deal with the Nerazzurri is set to expire at the end of the current campaign, they run the ris...
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