Christian Eriksen is expected to leave Manchester United at the end of this season, as per former Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Mikkel Bischoff

The midfielder has seen his game time restricted in recent weeks, as he’s featured only twice for Manchester United in this calendar year.

Speaking to Discovery, relayed by PL Bold, Bischoff claims the 32-year-old is no longer needed at Manchester United.

The Denmark international’s current deal lasts until 2025 and he’s already been linked with a move away from Manchester United.

PL Bold state the Discovery expert has ‘no doubts’ his compatriot will leave Erik ten Hag’s side in the summer.

“It looks like it. Eriksen is gone this summer. He doesn’t really fit in at Manchester United anymore,” he said.

Manchester United signed Eriksen on a free transfer in 2022, after he spent a short spell at Brentford. BT commentator Lasse Vøge has urged the former Tottenham Hotspur man to consider rejoining the Bees, if he were to leave the Red Devils.

“A switch back to Thomas Frank and Brentford would be a great solution in my eyes, almost a ‘no brainer’. Right now, he’s just a fringe player,” Vøge explained.

Former Denmark international Thomas Gravesen suggests Eriksen should be left out of the national team squad due to his situation at the Premier League side.

“There’s no room for him in the Danish national team right now with the form he’s in and the way he’s used at United,” Gravesen told Discovery, relayed by Tipsbladet.

“He’s not playing, he’s not in match shape, and he’s poor when he gets the chance. For me, there’s no room for Christian Eriksen in the starting line-up of the Danish national team right now.”

Gravesen also believes Denmark have performed well in Eriksen’s absence.