Fabrizio Romano issues update on when Christian Eriksen will make decision on his future

Fabrizio Romano
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Christian Eriksen is set to make a decision in the coming days on where he will be playing his football next season, Fabrizio Romano has revealed on Twitter.

Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest playing for Denmark at Euro 2020 last summer and subsequently joined Brentford in the January transfer window after leaving Inter Milan by mutual consent.

Romano claims that Brentford have offered Eriksen, who is now a free agent ‘important personal terms’ to continue his career with the Bees amid interest from a number of other clubs.

The 30-year-old made 11 top flight appearances last season and played a pivotal role in helping Brentford avoid relegation from the Premier League, finishing in a respectable 13th place in the table (transfermarkt).

The playmaker is said to be happy in London and has been left intrigued by Antonio Conte’s comments about being potentially welcomed back at his former club Tottenham (Sky Sports).

Eriksen departed north London to join Inter, who were managed by Conte for £16.9million in January 2020.

SpursWeb Opinion

Eriksen will have plenty of offers given the fact he is available on a free transfer, his wages will be relatively sensible, and has plenty of Premier League experience.

Tottenham are crying out for a creative outlet in the squad, with too much reliance currently on the shoulders of Harry Kane to drop deep and orchestrate play; a return for Eriksen will allow the Englishman to focus more on his game up top when the Dane is in the team.


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