Some Spurs fans react angrily to club’s Christian Eriksen tweet

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Tottenham Hotspur’s Christian Eriksen has been an outstanding player for the last six years, playing a huge role in the club’s progression from European underdogs to Champions League finalists.

Eriksen has been the only real shining light from the seven stars bought with the Gareth Bale money, registering goals and assists galore since his first season in North London.

However, some Spurs fans have reacted bitterly to the Great Dane’s decision to move on to bigger things, after he announced this week that he would be open to a new challenge (Ekstra Bladet).

Eriksen has just one year remaining on his current contract at Spurs, meaning the club would be forced to sell up this summer if they want to command a decent fee.

The playmaker is currently on duty with the Denmark national team, as they drew 1-1 at home to Ireland in a Euro 2020 qualifier last night.

However, there were some less than kind words for Eriksen when Spurs posted about the match, as well as some messages of support.

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  1. I have no feelings towards Eriksen at all and couldn’t care less if he’s sold. To me he’s very over rated and not in the same class as other midfielders we’ve had in the past such as Hoddle, Gascogne, Modric VDV who were not only technically superior but much more consistent and competitive. Eriksen very often went MIA particularly against stronger opposition and it never ceases to amaze me praise he gets in the press and from certain pundits.

  2. We can almost guarantee he will not be a success at RM. he’s not a patch on Bale and just look at Coutinho at Barca. They are rejects. He won’t get in the side ahead of Haz.

  3. Have any of the people that commented above ever moved from one job to another? I certainly have. That is all he is thinking of doing and we shouldn’t blame for that. He has played well for us although last season was NOT his best for us, was it?

    As long as we get a good replacement, I can’t argue with him wanting to go elsewhere.

    As he neither he or Toby have signed new contracts, it seems obvious to me that they both want out. So, let them both go. Hopefully, there will be something of a bidding war for both of them and especially push the selling price of Toby beyond that 25M but-out clause. The Hazard transfer could be a good thing for Spurs as it could increase the amount we get for Christian and Toby. We’ll see, I guess.


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