There is no doubt that Christian Eriksen is one of the most coveted players in European football right now, more knowing that he could land in any team for free, or at least for a cut-price. That’s why several teams are chasing the Danish player to become the leader of their midfield.
It was reported that Bayern Munich and Real Madrid were keen to sign Eriksen, but they’re not the only ones looking to add the midfielder to their ranks. Another club serious about Eriksen are Juventus, who are getting ready to persuade Tottenham to let Eriksen go with a swap deal, according to reports from Italy.
Juve are ready to offer Adrien Rabiot as part of a swap deal to bring Christian Eriksen to Turin in the January transfer window. Rabiot landed for free this past summer after his contract with Paris Saint-Germain expired and but has been unable to earn a spot in Maurizio Sarri’s starting lineup. He behind the likes of Miralem Pjanic, Blaise Matuidi, Sami Khedira and Aaron Ramsey in the pecking order.
According to Le10sport, Juventus hope to use Rabiot as a currency exchange for Eriksen once the window reopens at the turn of the year. Something that could prompt Tottenham to accept this offer is the fact that they were linked with Rabiot at some point during the summer, and knowing that they can lose Eriksen for nothing next summer, this deal could be appealing for them.
Still, not only the Zebras are on the hunt for Eriksen, as Madrid and Bayern are also keen to bring the Dane playmaker to their squads, hoping to boost their midfield with an elite player like the 27-year-old.