Christian Eriksen has one year left on his contract at Tottenham Hotspur and has so far not committed his future to the Champions League runners-up.
Multiple reports from Spain suggested the 27-year-old has no plans of signing an extension as he continues to be linked with a move to Real Madrid.
Italian website Calciomercato once again states the Spurs star will not sign a new deal with the north London club, and the latter could possibly face the risk of losing him as a free agent in 2020.
It’s claimed Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy wants to avoid such a situation and has convinced himself that it’s best to sell Eriksen in this summer transfer window.
Though his trusted intermediaries, Levy has offered the player to most European clubs, particularly to Real Madrid and Juventus. The Premier League side’s chief is hoping to cash in €70m from Eriksen’s sale.
Eriksen is a cheaper alternative to Pogba or Isco for the Turin club, but the report doesn’t make it clear whether or not Juve are interested in him.
Similar to this has already been claimed in Spain, but specifically for Real Madrid, so there may be some truth in Levy offering the player around.