Christian Eriksen’s future has been mired in speculation for a long time now and the Dane, whose contract with the club runs out in January, is showing no indications that he is about to sign a new deal with the club.
The 27-year-old will be free to talk to other clubs in January and if Spurs don’t sell him in the next transfer window, they could lose him for nothing next summer.
Real Madrid are said to be keen on bolstering their central midfield options and are reportedly set to return for Eriksen in January (Marca).
Now a report in AS claims that in order to make room for the Spurs midfielder, Los Blancos have decided to let go of both midfielder Isco and striker Mariano Diaz, both of whom have been linked with Tottenham in the past (El Desmarque and the Mirror).
The report suggests Isco is open to a loan move as he is keen to ensure regular football with Euro 2020 on the horizon. Meanwhile, El Desmarque claim that Madrid want €60m for Isco and €20m for Diaz.
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A lot has been written about Mauricio Pochettino’s admiration of Isco and so if he is available it would be logical to assume Spurs would be pushing to include him in the deal. However, the Spanish international has flattered to deceive for a while now and he might not be the player to take Tottenham to the next level.