Manchester United’s Christian Eriksen has seen his playing time limited in recent months, restricted to only three appearances in this calendar year.

Last month, Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand admitted the 32-year-old’s situation at Old Trafford is concerning for the national team.

The Danish press have discussed the possibility of the midfielder leaving Manchester United after this season, and Tipsbladet give their own take on this case.

Eriksen’s deal lasts until 2025, but if he were to leave the Red Devils, Tipsbladet takes a look at the options he could have in the summer window.

Prior to joining Manchester United, the midfielder spent a short spell at Brentford, and the report says it’s ‘probable’ for him to stay where he is or return to the London club. This can see him reunite with Thomas Frank and could also improve his chances of playing regular football.

The player lived in London during his time at Tottenham Hotspur, and that should help him and his family settle in quickly, if he were to join Brentford.

Tipsbladet add a move back to his other former clubs, Ajax and Odense Boldklub, or FC Copenhagen would be surprising.

At the same time, the Manchester United player will rule out moves to Saudi Arabian clubs and Galatasaray. Tipsbladet say these two options are ‘unthinkable’ for Eriksen, if he were to leave Erik ten Hag’s side.