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He can solve tottenham's Eriksen-problem

Through the recent years there has been speculated a lot in Christian eriksen's future. The Danish midfielder has his contract in the summer of 2020, and since the end of last season he has been in negotiations with Tottenham.

so far, there has not been a breakthrough in these negotiations, and therefore takes the English kub now its precautions and have begun to explore the market for possible replacements.

In that Tottenham will not allow Christian Eriksen to go on a free transfer, there is a certain probability that he will be sold in the course of the summer transfervindue, and if this is the case, the Lilywhites picked out a possible replacement in the form of James Maddison.

This writes the british newspaper, the Times, today.

the 22-year-old James Maddison is just started with its first season in the Premier League following last summer's switch from Norwich to Leicester, but he has already shown repeated tests on his abilities, which also has led to an excision for the English national team.

Leicester-the profile has like Christian Eriksen a sharp eye for the game and a really good sparketeknik, who has thrown five goals and four assists of this season.

Englænderens contract with Leicester expires in the summer of 2023, and it may be that Tottenham need to fork up with a large amount of money to get your fingers in James Maddison.

Tottenham may have found the replacement for Christian Eriksen in the form of Leicester's James Maddison. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

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