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Mourinho open to Eriksen reunion, but his salary might scupper move
By Bruce Grove -

A return to Tottenham for Christian Eriksen is possible, even though he ignored Jose Mourinho to move to Inter Milan a year ago.

The Dane spent much of his time in London as one of the best players at Tottenham and the Lilywhites were keen to get him on a new contract instead of selling him.

He, however, asked to leave because he wanted a change of environment, and Inter beat his other suitors to his signature.

Eriksen has struggled for form at the Italian side, and they are now ready to sell him after just a year.

The likes of Arsenal and PSG have been linked with a move for him, however, Fabrizio Romano claims that Mourinho would be happy to welcome him back into his team.

He claimed that the Dane’s representatives are working to get him a new club and a move back to Tottenham isn’t ruled out.

The only problem with a return to his old stomping ground is his current salary at the Italian side.

He earns €7.5m/season after taxes, and Romano says that is one of the reasons why the move might not happen.

Talks are ongoing, but it isn’t at an advanced stage yet, and the midfielder favours a return to England.

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Paddio
Paddio
10 months ago

I kinda see why Jose would have Eriksen due to the miles he can cover, even last season he kept him in the squad.wages can’t see as a reason as that’s what we were going to pay, this is more driving a deal for the loan.

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
10 months ago
Reply to  Paddio

Never one for the trenches he can pick a pass but badly declined on set pieces!

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
10 months ago

Eriksen is not perfect as we discovered during his frustrating performances at the Lane but he ought provide a much needed creative spark!!

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
10 months ago

If Alli exits I’d accept this as a stop gap – shame he forced his way out of the club in the first place though…

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
10 months ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

To the contrary IMO it’s Mourinhio not Alli who is forcing his way out of the club banishing him to the sidelines as he did with Luke Shaw at Man Utd. Not his style but a more desirable option is Harry Redknapp’s arm around the shoulders favoured approach!!

Last edited 10 months ago by David Dillenberg
Tappaspur
Tappaspur
10 months ago

Fulham go one down. M mount. W@nke7s

Lilywhitesmurf
Lilywhitesmurf
10 months ago

Tin Tin out

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
10 months ago

Cmon Fulham. Original west London. Original London actually.

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