Will Christian Eriksen still be a Tottenham player after the summer?
The absence of an enhanced contract deal suggests the Dane will be off. As indeed does his wildly variable form. A third and ultimately final element here would be the 27 year old being finally paid market rate for his services.
The Mirror are confident that Manchester United want to triple Eriksen’s wages and slot him into a side determined to not just compete, but to secure silverware.
Paper talk? Who truly knows. What we absolutely know is that Manchester United have the resources and Manchester United have the will.
Anyone seeking to debate that not only hasn’t heard of Michael Carrick or Dimitar Berbatov, but is equally unaware of quite how cash strapped Spurs will be for the next decade.
A club playing in a billion pound plus stadium should be looking to boost existing on the pitch resources – and not begin downgrading them.
The best manager in 40 years and he’s being asset stripped.
Back the damn manager.