Tottenham have entered the race to re-sign current free agent Christian Eriksen, according to Todofichajes. 

Eriksen, 29, was released from Inter Milan in December, with Italian law preventing him from continuing his career with I Nerazzurri after suffering a cardiac arrest during Euro 2020 last summer. 

Current Tottenham manager Antonio Conte initially pressed to sign the Dane for Inter in January 2020 and recently said the ‘door is always open’ for him to return to Tottenham to continue his rehabilitation. 

However, the Italian has allegedly also pushed Spurs to make a move to sign Eriksen for his playing squad, with Todofichajes claiming that negotiations are already underway between club and player. 

The report states that Ajax and Monaco are also in the running for the playmaker and are continuing to monitor the situation. 

Eriksen joined Spurs in the summer of 2013 and spent six-and-a-half years in N17. He made a total of 305 appearances for the club, registering 69 goals and 90 assists in the process. 

Spurs Web Opinion 

Spurs are lacking a creative outlet in midfield at present and this would be a decent move to make, but only if it is 100 per cent safe to do so. He is still at a precarious point in his career so it still needs to be managed carefully, but Spurs should consider doing this if it is possible. 

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