Real Madrid may still say no to signing Christian Eriksen despite the midfielder’s desire to join the Spanish giants, according to the Daily Star.
The ongoing saga between Eriksen and Madrid is still at a stalemate with the La Liga giants reportedly looking at other options such as Paul Pogba and Ajax’s Donny van de Beek. (The Sun)
Daniel Levy reportedly offered Eriksen to Madrid last week for a cut-price deal of around £65m but the approach was turned down by Florentino Pérez. (Marca)
The report also suggests Madrid’s coach, Zinedine Zidane is not convinced by Eriksen after he believes the Dane had a poor end to the 2018/19 season with Spurs.
Levy held out for double that price last summer but with Eriksen’s contract only having one year remaining on it the Spurs chairman is looking to offload the player whilst he can still make a profit off the Dane. (Marca)
Madrid have already splashed out on Chelsea’s Eden Hazard this summer but it is becoming less likely Eriksen will be following in his steps.
Spurs Web Opinion:
It’s going to be one of those transfer stories which continue till the final day, isn’t it? The speculation will remain until either Eriksen departs or if the 27-year-old thinks the move will not happen and he signs a new contract.
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