Report: Spurs now willing to accept £198m below their original Eriksen valuation

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur’s Christian Eriksen appears to be letting his contract run down, as he is currently set to leave North London on a free in the summer of 2020.

Diario AS claim that the Great Dane is keen to make a move on a free to increase his signing bonus with a new club.

Eriksen will be allowed to talk to non-English clubs about a pre-contract agreement for a summer move in January.

However, Marca have claimed that Real Madrid may steal a march on the Spurs playmaker as they look to purchase him in January to ensure they do not miss out.

It was reported in January 2019 that Tottenham and Levy valued Christian Eriksen at a world-record fee of £225m, a figure that has dropped dramatically in the space of a year (Diario AS).

Diario AS now claim that Levy will accept just £27m for Eriksen this January, £198m less than his original valuation.

Spurs Web Opinion:

This would be a great deal for Spurs. £27m is a whole lot better than Eriksen leaving on a free, not just for the sake of the money, but also the club’s dignity. Hopefully, Levy can reinvest that into a new player or even get Madrid to include a player swap in the deal.

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