Christian Eriksen Would Be Eager To Stay In London
The Christian Eriksen story has taken a new turn. It appeared that he would prefer to remain in London, either at Brentford or at Tottenham.
The financial parameters provided to the 30-year-old by Manchester United were later revealed to be "acceptable" to the player.
Football, too, has been a boon to United.
Spurs have not followed up on their interest in the Danish playmaker, according to London.
Spurs have been in contact in the past, but not in recent weeks.
Despite reports that Eriksen would want to stay in London, the report claims that this is no longer the case, implying that a move to United is extremely likely.
Everton, Newcastle United, Leicester City, West Ham United, Ajax Amsterdam, and an unknown La Liga team are all rumored to be interested.
Eriksen will choose Manchester United – Crook
Football pundit and transfer expert, Alex Crook, has stated that there is an increasing possibility that Denmark midfielder, Christian Eriksen, will choose Manchester United over Brentford this summer.Crook also said that Manchester United and Brentford are currently in straight competition to sign Eriksen this summer.Eriksen will soon be in a position to join any club on a free transfer as his contract with Brentford will expire this summer.The 30-year-old made a s...
Eriksen in shock move to Man Utd as Ten Hag draws up wishlist
Manchester United are interested in signing Brentford playmaker Christian Eriksen, according to the Daily Star.Since joining the Bees in the January transfer window, the 30-year-old has been in superb form.Following his heart crisis during last year's European Championship, this has culminated in a fairytale comeback to the Danish international squad.As a result, United have expressed interest in signing Eriksen this summer.Erik ten Hag, the new manager of the Red D...
Eriksen Returns to England
It has been made official and confirmed that former Tottenham and Inter Milan player; Christian Eriksen is back in England after three years.Erickson and Brentford have completed the agreement on a six-month deal with an option to extend until June 2023.Eriksen mandatorily retired from football some months ago after developing a heart attack during a match in last year's European cup. Still, the Denmark player wanted to play football again, and it’s now signed.
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