Report: Daniel Levy’s relationship with agent has broken down

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Dom Le Roy

Christian Eriksen’s future at Tottenham Hotspur continues to be the subject of speculation with the European transfer window set to close on September 2nd.

The Guardian are reporting that Daniel Levy’s relationship with Eriksen’s agent Martin Schoots have taken a turn for the worse.

Eriksen revealed just days after the Champions League final defeat to Liverpool that he wanted to leave North London to seek a new challenge whilst admitting that he would be interested in a move to Real Madrid (Ekstra Bladet).

The report claims that there have been no talks between Spurs and Eriksen’s representatives for a considerable period of time.

The Dane is out of contract next summer and is set to have pinned his hopes on a move to Spain.  However, a move to Barcelona or Real Madrid has failed to materialise which could instead see the playmaker walk away as a free agent at the end of the current campaign.


It seems as if Eriksen has firmly made his mind up and has no intention of committing his future to Spurs.  If he leaves next summer, it would only help to put him in a more attractive position to the likes of Madrid who would not have to pay a transfer fee.


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  1. Eriksen does not have an “agent”. He has been badly duped by his “representatives”. Levy should not ever agree to pay any players agent fee. If a player wants to hire an agent; he should do so, but the agents wage should be paid by the player. Anything else is a conflict of interest. The tactics being undertaken by Eriksens reps are of no value to Eriksen and are being used in an attempt to extract a big bonus for the represenatives. They might also benefit the suitor team ut not Eriksen.


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