On April 17th, we carried a report from AS, who claimed that Christian Eriksen has no plans to sign a new deal at Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid seems to be his ‘favourite destination’.
The 27-year-old’s contract with his current employer will run out in 2020 and if the report from the Spanish newspaper are to be believed, he is unlikely to commit his future to the north London club.
Wishful thinking for Madrid, perhaps.
El Chiringuito’s Jose Alvarez Haya now claims the Denmark international’s relationship with the Spurs board is ‘broken’ and he hopes to play for Los Blancos next season.
To have more on this situation, Sport have relayed more comments from Jose and he claims the former Ajax man’s low salary (just over €2m per season) is one of the reasons for his ‘bad relationship’ with Tottenham.
This is why Eriksen feels it is time for him to pack his bags after this term and make a switch to the Spanish capital club, who are looking to strengthen the squad in the summer.
After Tottenham eliminated Manchester City from the Champions League, the Dane refused to talk about his future in the mixed zone as he wants to focus on the remainder of this season’s fixtures.
If Eriksen is seriously unhappy with the board, the summer would be the last option for the Premier League outfit to get a big fee from his sale because he will be a free agent in 2020.
El Chiringuito run a competitive rumour system with their journalists and it inevitably leads to big claims. Many of which favour Real Madrid.