Report claims Spurs have offered star a new four-year deal worth £5.25m a year

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If reports are to be believed, it appears that Tottenham and Daniel Levy may have made one final last-ditch attempt to get Christian Eriksen to sign a new contract.

AS have reported that Spurs have now offered the Great Dane a new four-year contract which would see him paid £5.25m per year.

This comes as Christian Eriksen’s contract runs out at the end of the season, meaning that he could leave on a free in the summer of 2020 if he desires.

The playmaker will be free to talk to non-English clubs in January about a pre-contract agreement and could yet be sold by the North London club in the winter window.

However, this new contract offer would imply that Spurs would rather keep their hands on their creative midfielder.

AS also claim that Real Madrid are happy to match the latest contract offer put on the table by Tottenham.

Spurs Web Opinion:

If he hasn’t signed a new deal by now, he simply isn’t going to. The focus now should be sitting down with Eriksen respectfully and asking him to seek a January exit to ensure that Spurs at least get some money for the loss of player.


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  1. We are constantly reading about players want to leave and now the manager. Where is loyalty and trust gone. I’d say anyone who’s decided to go should be allowed to leave. No good trying to hang on. It will never be the same. The shell is cracked and the white sheet is stained.
    Good bye and good riddance to those who want to try new pastures…

  2. Maybe it’s Levy who doesn’t pay respect and loyalty to the staff who brought him to the top of premier league as well as Champions League… 100K p/w less than Kane is a slap in the face for Eriksen. Truth is he is crucial for the team and he should be valued as such. Where are the fans loyalty to the players? Is Levy really your biggest hero?
    COYS fans you can do better!!!


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