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12:03, 08 Jan 2019

Real Madrid have been given a "clear run" to try and sign Christian Eriksen after Barcelona reportedly dropped their interest in the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder.

The Danish star, rated as one of Europe's top play-makers, has again been very impressive for Spurs this season.

Real Madrid have been long-time admirers of the player though it is believed they would rather sign Eden Hazard from Chelsea. 

The Independent reports that Real Madrid are willing to pay £100million for Eriksen and have already made inquiries about the player's availability.

https://www.thesportsman.com/articles/real-madrid-outmuscle-barcelona-in-100million-transfer-battle-for-premier-league-playmaker

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BLANCOS BID 

Real Madrid plan to include James Rodriguez in deal to prise Christian Eriksen from Tottenham

The playmaker's Bayern Munich future remains unresolved and Los Blancos are willing to use him in their pursuit of the Dane

Real Madrid are ready to include James Rodriguez in a deal to sign Christian Eriksen from Tottenham, according to reports.

Los Blancos have been strongly linked with the Danish playmaker and were reportedly weighing up a £100million bid to acquire his services earlier this month.

The midfielder had a solid first season with Bayern, netting seven goals and 11 assists in 23 Bundesliga matches, but has fallen out of favour in Bavaria this term under Niko Kovac.

He has featured just 12 times in all competitions and only finished the full 90 minutes on one occasion.

The 27-year-old has also been regularly hampered by ankle issues and a knee ligament injury, and although Bayern do have a £36million option to buy him permanently they are unlikely to do so.

Despite his injuries AS have reported a number of clubs remain interested in the Real Madrid outcast, including Arsenal, Juventus and Napoli.

And if Eriksen continues to stall on signing a new deal with Spurs, the offer could be too tempting for Mauricio Pochettino to refuse.

https://talksport.com/football/480272/real-madrid-to-offer-james-rodriguez-christian-eriksen-tottenham/

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They need a player like him. This will only kick off their spending spree I'd imagine. 

Also rumored that JWP from Saints is linked with Spurs, so I'd imagine he is their replacement. 

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I wonder if Spurs hate Madrid and Barca as much as we do

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You'd think he'd have knowledge that someone's in for him to make a comment like this but I can't see it being Real Madrid.

What's a realistic move option for him? Bayern? PSG?

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Levy will rather let him go free next summer then to sell him. In my humble opinion Spurs most valuable asset

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26 minutes ago, True Blue said:

Levy will rather let him go free next summer then to sell him. In my humble opinion Spurs most valuable asset

Nah Golden bollocks would command a higher price imo. 

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They'll take the funds and get Lo Celso and Ndombele. 

 

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Tottenham and Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27, is eyeing a switch to Manchester United or Juventus after a move to Real Madrid fell through.(Mirror)

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Tottenham Hotspur and Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen is United's main target to replace Pogba if he ends up moving. (Evening Standard) 

Eriksen, 27, stated his desire to leave Spurs earlier this summer but the club expect him to return for pre-season training later this week having received no official bids. (Guardian)

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37 minutes ago, CaaC (John) said:

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Tottenham Hotspur and Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen is United's main target to replace Pogba if he ends up moving. (Evening Standard) 

Eriksen, 27, stated his desire to leave Spurs earlier this summer but the club expect him to return for pre-season training later this week having received no official bids. (Guardian)

He would drop from fourth to six fair to say :ph34r:

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10 minutes ago, True Blue said:

He would drop from fourth to six fair to say :ph34r:

Maybe lower than 6th...

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Tottenham have offered Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen an improved £200,000-a-week contract in a bid to stop a potential move to Real Madrid(Mail) 

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Manchester United are close to signing Tottenham's Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27, after Sporting Lisbon and Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes - another Old Trafford target - made clear his preference to join Spurs. (AS)

Tottenham are preparing for European clubs to make cut-price bids for Eriksen if he is not sold before the transfer window shuts on Thursday. (Telegraph)

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Why would you leave Spurs to go Utd these days?! 

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2 hours ago, Stan said:

Why would you leave Spurs to go Utd these days?! 

££££££££££££££££££

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Manchester United also a far bigger club with a lot more prestige. Manchester United will eventually get back to fighting for the top trophies.

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3 hours ago, The Artful Dodger said:

Manchester United also a far bigger club with a lot more prestige. Manchester United will eventually get back to fighting for the top trophies.

In the long term yes, reckon we're still at least two years away from United even catching up with Spurs let alone winning big trophies again, by which time Eriksen will be 29.

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2 minutes ago, RandoEFC said:

In the long term yes, reckon we're still at least two years away from United even catching up with Spurs let alone winning big trophies again, by which time Eriksen will be 29.

Are Spurs realistically going to compete for the biggest trophies in that time either? The Champions League run was exceptional, but there was whiff of a one off about it. They were really nowhere near the league title in the end. Eriksen might be thinking they have had their best shot at the big trophy.

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46 minutes ago, The Artful Dodger said:

Are Spurs realistically going to compete for the biggest trophies in that time either? The Champions League run was exceptional, but there was whiff of a one off about it. They were really nowhere near the league title in the end. Eriksen might be thinking they have had their best shot at the big trophy.

Think Spurs still have a better chance at winning it and posing a challenge to Liverpool/Man City than Man Utd will over the next few years.

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2 hours ago, The Artful Dodger said:

Are Spurs realistically going to compete for the biggest trophies in that time either? The Champions League run was exceptional, but there was whiff of a one off about it. They were really nowhere near the league title in the end. Eriksen might be thinking they have had their best shot at the big trophy.

True but leaving for United hardly seems worthwhile as he would be committing the rest of his best years to them there. They're not even in the Champions League this season. At least if he stays at Spurs he can have another year as a star player in a last 16/quarter final Champions League side and hope for a Real Madrid or similar move next summer.

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Even if he wants to make a big money move, he’ll make more money leaving as a free agent

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1 hour ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Even if he wants to make a big money move, he’ll make more money leaving as a free agent

Thats probably the best option for Eriksen, he can sign a pre contract with Real Madrid in January after giving it a go in the Champions League this year with Spurs.

However, Levy will have a stroke if he leaves on a free.  The United rumour seems a long shot given the relationship between United and levy, but I can see Spurs trying to sell him abroad for whatever they can get if he still refused to sign an extension.

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Manchester United have stepped up their attempts to secure a deal for Tottenham's Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27. (Telegraph)

Eriksen is not in Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino's long-term plans - and hasn't been since he admitted he wants a new challenge. (Mirror)

United's late decision to chase Eriksen comes because they have doubts over whether France midfielder Paul Pogba, 26, will still be at Old Trafford at the end of the transfer window. (Standard)

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United HAVE to find quality cover for the departed Ander Herrera who moved to PSG. It's vital or they could find themselves in an even more serious decline this coming season. It's the most important part of the pitch, the balance, the equilibrium of a side.

But in saying that... Moving from Spurs to Man Utd presently is absolutely mental in my opinion, a serious risk and it smells of a lot more money otherwise it doesn't make any sense whatsoever.

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23 hours ago, The Artful Dodger said:

Manchester United also a far bigger club with a lot more prestige. Manchester United will eventually get back to fighting for the top trophies.

Not in my life time :8_laughing:

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