Report reveals where Eriksen is looking for schools amidst Tottenham links

Christian Eriksen
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Christian Eriksen has reportedly been hunting for schools in the Chiswick area, which is situated in West London, despite rumours of a return to the North with Tottenham (Express).

Eriksen’s Premier League return has proven to any doubters that he still has the quality needed to cut it at the highest level.

The Dane’s impressive run of form has reportedly caught the attention of his former side Spurs, with 90min claiming the Lilywhites are confident of securing his signature in this summer’s transfer window.

However, The Express report that Eriksen and his partner Sabrina Kvist have been searching the Chiswick area for a suitable pre-school in which to enrol their first-born child, Alfred.

This could be translated as a blow to Antonio Conte’s hopes of luring Eriksen to N17, as Chiswick is situated in West London, much closer to Brentford than Tottenham.

The 30-year-old has contributed two assists and a goal for Thomas Frank’s men, who now seem destined for another year of top-flight league action after reaching the crucial 40-point mark.

But, having only signed a 6-month contract with Brentford in January, rumours of Eriksen’s next club have been circulating.

Leicester City (Fabrizio Romano), Newcastle United (Northern Echo), and Manchester United (Daily Star) are all said to hold interest in the creative midfielder. So, if Spurs are to prise the player from Brentford, they could face stiff competition.

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The recent games against Brighton and Brentford have demonstrated Spurs’ ineffectiveness at breaking down teams who employ a low block. Therefore, being able to rely on Eriksen’s incisive passing and game management in these games would add a different dimension to Conte’s attack.

Whether Brentford will be able to hold onto the player as bigger clubs come calling is a tough question, but there is no doubt that Eriksen is currently thriving in West London.

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