Tottenham Hotspur’s Christian Eriksen has well under a year remaining on his current contract in North London, leading to a lot of questions over whether he will still be a Spurs man this time next season.
As it stands, Eriksen could talk to rival non-English clubs in January about a pre-contract deal, before moving for free in the summer. He could also wait until the summer to talk to any English sides that may want to sign him up.
The Great Dane has played a bit-part role under Jose Mourinho so far, yet to start a match under the Special One.
Mourinho was asked today in his press conference about whether Eriksen has told him he will not be signing a new contract. This is according to journalist Jonathan Veal.
However, the new manager remained tight-lipped on the subject and refused to reveal what the Danish midfielder had told him in their meeting.
— Jonathan Veal (@jonathandveal83) December 3, 2019
Spurs Web Opinion:
If Eriksen was open to the idea of a new contract, Mourinho would have started him by now. The fact that he is playing as a bench star hints to me that he is definitely leaving the club and Mourinho intends to use him only as an impact player.
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