Christian Eriksen’s contract at Tottenham Hotspur runs until the end of the season.
The Denmark international, who failed to leave the north London club in the summer, has already turned down approaches from Spurs to extend the contract.
Calciomercato claims the 27-year-old’s current situation draws attention from several clubs as he will be available on a free transfer next summer. Juventus are also keeping an eye on him.
It’s claimed there are five to six clubs who are interested in turning the dream of signing the former Ajax man into a reality, and the Turin club is included in the list, along with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
Tottenham, on the other hand, are looking to avoid losing their player for nothing after this season, which is why it’s claimed they want to offload him in January and are looking at €30m for Eriksen.
If this idea remains complicated, Spurs think of an alternative track, which is an exchange deal with Juventus, involving Eriksen and Adrien Rabiot.
This isn’t the first time such a claim has been made, and should it suit all parties, especially the Frenchman and his mother (who is also his agent), then it could be the most important business in January.
Calciomercato end their report by stating ‘an idea for now, maybe crazy. But maybe not too much.’