Report reveals why Christian Eriksen may now stay at Spurs until the summer

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur playmaker, Christian Eriksen, has under six months remaining on his current contract in North London, with no signs pointing towards a new deal being signed.

Eriksen is one of the longest-serving current stars at the club, but it looks as if his time may be coming to an end, but will it be a January sale or a summer free transfer?

With the winter window wide open, Spurs could sell the player in theory, if a bid comes in that they deem acceptable.

Eriksen can also now talk to clubs about a pre-contract agreement ahead of a free move in the summer, so long as the club is non-English.

The Independent have now reported that Eriksen may stay until the end of the season, despite a bid from Inter Milan for his services this month.

It is said that Inter have made a January offer of between £8m and £10m, which is way off the Spurs valuation of around £25m.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. It should be made clear if he does not go in January he will never play another minute for Spurs.
    He might realize not laying until the new season would effect his chances of playing probably his last Euro Championship competition in the summer and decide to move to a club stupid enough to buy him.
    Wake up Eriksen Real Madrid don’t want a player who has played like you for the last year

  2. If we are stubborn and insist on keeping him then I agree he should be nowhere near the first team.He is a negative force we do not need. Let him go,demand he go,just move on and lets not see him in the jersey again. It is all very nice to try and say he put in an effort or just fantasize that he was even average today but the reality is he was AWFUL again. HE is a luxury player who provides no luxury end product. We have played far too long with ten men with # 23 on the field and lets now see what we can do with 11. COYS !!

    Spurs should keep the monetary details out of the press. if they are trying to save face, or do not want to set a precedent letting players go for free or far less than valued when out of contract then the transfer terms can be listed as Undisclosed.

    Just pack his bags and say bye NOW !! TODAY!!

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