The Tottenham career of Christian Eriksen is seemingly coming towards as close, with just over six months left on the midfielder’s current contract.
With no reports of a new deal in the works, Eriksen would currently be leaving the North London club in the summer on a free transfer.
However, Spurs could still look to sell him in the January transfer window, with Eriksen also having the chance to sign a pre-contract with a non-English club at this point.
One man who Tottenham may look to replace Eriksen is Sporting Lisbon’s Bruno Fernandes, a man they have been linked with for some time now (Mirror).
In an interview this week, Fernandes has claimed that he will not force a way out of Sporting as he hopes to leave good memories if he ever does move on.
However, he added that he has dreams he wants to achieve, which may hint at a desire to play for one of the biggest European clubs.
He said (Mirror): “I’m not worried, since 2016 I’m at Sporting and they say I’m leaving, so far I’m fine.
“I have dreams to come true, but I’m not worried, I have no reason to force out, I’m fine, in a club I like.
“On the day I have to leave, if I have to, I hope to leave a good memory.”
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