The Great Dane currently has under 18 months left on his current contract, which would see him leave on a free in the summer of 2020 if nothing was to change.
If Tottenham cannot get the midfield maestro to sign a new deal by this summer, they will likely have to sell him for whatever money they can get.
Generally, if a player is in the final year of their contract, they fetch no where near a premium price.
If Eriksen had a bumper five year deal behind him, he could surely fetch between £100m and £200m in today’s market, but that may not be achievable with only 12 months remaining on his contract.
AS report that the player’s value is dropping by the day as his contract ticks down.
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