Christian Eriksen could stay in the Premier League but not in the ranks of Tottenham Hotspur, according to the recent reports
The fact that his contract with the Spurs expires in 2020 has attracted attention from several major Europe sides, including Manchester United and Chelsea.
During his 5 and a half year spell in London, the former Ajax man has established himself as one of the best midfielders in English top tier.
Although Real Madrid were the first to show interest in the Danish playmaker, it seems Los Blancos are no longer interested in negotiating with Tottenham Hotspur bigwig Daniel Levy.
Manchester United 'to battle Chelsea for Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen': Manchester United will reportedly compete with Chelsea for Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen in the summer transfer window. https://t.co/Icy0o9BnsE— Soccer Talk (@soccetalk) January 27, 2019
The Lilywhites chairman has slapped an insane £250m price tag on his jewel, blowing Florentino Perez out of the water.
Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich are said to be keeping close tabs on the 26-year-old old although there have been no further confirmations so far.
However, Tottenham’s fiercest Premier League rivals reportedly hope they can lure Eriksen by offering him a possibility of staying in England.