Tottenham Hotspur playmaker, Christian Eriksen, made it clear long ago that he was ready to leave the North London club this summer.
The Great Dane told the media after Tottenham lost the Champions League final that it was time for him to find a new challenge and a step up from Spurs (Ekstra Bladet).
However, despite this come and get me plea, Spurs have not received any formal bids from other clubs around Europe, according to the media.
Although, Manchester United were said to be interested in a late move for the attacking midfielder this week, if Spurs would be willing to sell to a Prem rival (Telegraph).
There may now be another twist in the tail, as Spurs have reportedly now had a bid accepted by Juventus for Paulo Dybala, with the fee said to be around £64.4m (Sky Sports).
The Sun journalist, Charlie Wyett, now claims that Spurs are willing to offer Eriksen to Juventus as part of the Dybala deal.
Spurs would be prepared to offer Eriksen to Juventus as part of Dybala deal
— Charlie Wyett (@CharlieWyett) August 6, 2019
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