Thursday wrote Ole Gunnar Solskjær a permanent contract with Manchester United, and besides that it was a big news within the club's four walls, then spread the contract signing ripples in the water around him.
Not least in Tottenham, where they have enough goodies a little extra over the news about Solskjær.
Now the London club no longer fear that Manchester United comes and snatches manager Mauricio Pochettino, and with Real Madrid, the re-employment of Zinedine Zidane is the danger of losing the boss actually drive over.
Thus one can also begin to future-proof the squad towards the next season, and here is Christian Eriksen a question.
the Dane's contract expires next summer, and that is why Tottenham need to sell this summer if they will have the money for Eriksen.
But the English club's notoriously cumbersome chairman, Daniel Levy, will not push the price, even though the contract approaching the expiration date, writes The Guardian.
- Eriksen is in his tenth season as a professional, but he is only 27 years old. He got his breakthrough at Ajax in 2009-2010, and in levy's eyes, he's very valuable, writes the newspaper's fodboldkorrespondent David Hytner in a larger analysis about tottenham's future.
- the President has given to understand that he (Eriksen, ed.) will cost 130 million pounds (1.25 billion Danish crowns, red), which has been the usual smile - just not from Eriksen. If not it was because it was a Levy, it would be not be to believe, he writes about the fierce price.
- But it is Levy. Eriksen can look forward to a complicated summer, sounds it on.
the Club has otherwise demonstrated due diligence with most of the stars. Harry Kane, Sharing, Alli, and Son Heung-Min, have all written long-term contracts in the last year.
According to the English media, Tottenham also presented Christian Eriksen for several contract offer that supposedly will double his salary at Tottenham. So far without positive response.
Christian Eriksen and his agent Martin Schoots has so far not wanted to contribute to the speculation about his future. Not even when Ekstra Bladet asked for the future in connection with the landsholdssamlingen.
the big clubs like Real Madrid and Juventus have long been reported interested in him for the upcoming summer. Apart from Eriksen, the risk, Tottenham also losing defender Toby Alderweireld, who has a frikøbsklausul of slightly more than 200 million dollars in his contract.
Daniel Levy and Mauricio Pochettino would very much like to keep hold of Christian Eriksen in Tottenham. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
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