The Tottenham Hotspur – Christian Eriksen saga seems to be one that will rumble on for the remainder of the transfer window.
The Great Dane has just one year left on his current deal in North London, meaning that Levy will have to choose whether to sell up now or risk losing him on a free.
Eriksen revealed last month after the Champions League final loss that he was ready for a new challenge and a step up from Tottenham (Ekstra Bladet).
He did, however, add that he would be open to a new contract at Spurs if no big clubs came in for him this summer.
A new report from CalicoMercato now claims that Daniel Levy is firmly in the ‘sell’ court this transfer window, as he wants to avoid losing Eriksen on a free in 2020.
The report claims that Levy has offered Eriksen to most of the big European clubs, with Real Madrid and Juventus being his main two targets.
However, Eriksen is still a Spurs player, and there are no reports of a deal being close. Could a new contract be on the cards? Will Eriksen leave late? Or could he depart on a free next summer?
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