Tottenham Hotspur are going through a very complex moment right now, with the English side struggling to find a proper shape during the first months of competition in England and abroad. This summer was very entertaining for them, who signed a couple of good players, but also saw how their own assets were linked with a move away.
One of those was Christian Eriksen, who was said to be ready to join Real Madrid or Barcelona, but he stayed in North London after no offer came for him, at least from Spain. Now, Eriksen is reportedly followed by four top European clubs who are prepared to go for him next year.
Eriksen Spurs from Ajax in 2013 and has gone on to register 67 goals and 87 assists in 288 appearances for the club. His current contract is set to expire next summer, and if Tottenham don’t sell him in a cut-price deal next January, they face losing Eriksen for nothing next offseason.
According to AS, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Juventus are all interested in the Danish international, hoping to get him for free once the time comes. They also add that United are the ‘most interested’ club in the Danish playmaker, but he has already turned down a move to Old Trafford this summer, claiming he only wanted to play for Tottenham in England.
As soon as January 1, Eriksen will be able to talk to foreign clubs. Tottenham will surely try to sell the midfielder in the winter transfer window, as they still could get a decent fee for a player of his quality. If not, all these four clubs are ready to go to war for the former Ajax player.