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Fabrizio Romano Says Eriksen Is Holding Talks In Milan Today
By Harry Hotspur -
Fabrizio Romano

Surely this Tottenham transfer can now finally happen?! ‘Slow burn’ barely describes the exit of our once great Dane from North London. It feels a lot longer that the few months that have passed since the 27-year-old first announced to the world’s footballing press that he would like to try something new.

These fans are delighted with the news. Inter support are clearly looking at Christian Eriksen with less jaundiced eyes than Tottenham fans.

Opinion: The sooner Eriksen is moved on, the better for all concerned. Nice guy, however Tottenham have been embroiled in a prolonged period of indecision and general inertia, neither of which has aided the club.

Reaching a Champions League final would ordinarily be a cause for celebration, yet our performance was so strangely disjointed, it became particularly evident that night that something wasn’t quite right at Spurs.

Christian has been a great player for us, but that time is now passed and it;s time to both let him move on and wish him well.

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4 responses to “Fabrizio Romano Says Eriksen Is Holding Talks In Milan Today”

  1. James McKevitt says:

    Re the Champions League fiasco, I read that Poch thought that the extra long gap between the end of the season and the final led to overtraining and boredom in the squad. Also though Poch never said it, the elephant in the room, playing a Harry Kane who wasn’t match fit instead of Moura who had scored a hatrick in the semi final.

    The Sissoko penalty derailed our game plan and to be fair in hindsight we were about to play the best team in world football, and again in hindsight the effort to get to the Champions League Final was the last great effort and swansong of the Pochettino era.

  2. ronan1882 says:

    Something must have gone upstairs for Eriksen’s form to have disintegrated so badly… maybe a deep disappointment that his career did nor pan out the way he thought it would. Who knows, it hardly matters now.
    The key thing from spurs’ perspective is that his creativity has not been replaced, which is why Mourinho has felt compelled to keep playing him. And even as a hologram of his former self, mere muscle memory of his old craft has been a key factor in scraping points from certain games this season (villa, brighton, norwich.)

    If before selling him to Inter levy had bestowed us with a player of the vision of CE c. 2013-18 or a Gylffi Sigurdsson there would be greater cause for riotous celebration. The entire creative burden is now going to be piled onto Lo Celso and it does not look like Mourinho rates him.

  3. Marbella Spur says:

    I have never understood why the team appeared so disjointed in the CL final. I have yet to read a nuanced opinion as to what went wrong, but something did.
    I also find it hard to understand how such a talented player like Eriksen has gone off the boil so much. I still can’t help feeling it has had something to do with the pre-season rumours concerning his girlfriend.

  4. Spurs est1882 says:

    They will not be as excited after watching him take corners and free kicks for half a season.