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Spurs could seal a return of their former midfielder
By Bruce Grove -

Spurs have been tipped to make a move for Christian Eriksen as the Dane continues to struggle at Inter Milan.

The midfielder only left Tottenham in the January transfer window after he decided against renewing his contract that was expiring at the time.

Spurs were keen to keep hold of him, but he had already made up his mind to move to another team.

His move to Inter now looks very much a mismatch and Calciomercato is tipping him to make a return to Spurs.

The report claims that Eriksen’s time in Inter hasn’t been what the club expected when they made their move for him in January and his future has often come up at press conferences.

It says that Antonio Conte hasn’t been convincing when he has responded to questions regarding Eriksen.

It then adds that the next transfer window opens the door for him to make a move away from the club.

It claims that PSG might return for him, but there is also the possibility of a return to Spurs.

While money might be used to sign him, an exchange involving Danny Rose and Dele Alli is also a possibility, the report adds.

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East Stand
East Stand
1 year ago

We don’t need him now and I very much doubt he would want to come back anyway. He can’t stand Levy because he blocked several moves for him before he eventually left.

Too inconsistent as well, on his day a quality player but those days were always too few…

Wes Moore
Wes Moore
1 year ago

Not a chance. No room for him, nor for his attitude. Not a Mourinho player. Never gonna happen. Next.

Surespur
Surespur
1 year ago

I think Mourinho has opened our eyes to the sort of player we should’ve been buying since long ago. And I honestly believe that the Eriksen that left us isn’t capable of getting in our 1st 11. Whether he could get his head down and fight his way back in is anyone’s guess. He’ll forever be appreciated for the part he played in our rise from mediocrity, but we should probably move on elsewhere to better our future.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 year ago
Reply to  Surespur

Hoddle would disagree with you as he’s been asked what player in world football would he pick to get us playing better and he instantly replied “Eriksen”.

I do feel he has a little bit of an agenda and doesn’t feel Jose is a ‘Spurs football man’ but still, interesting anyway.

East Stand
East Stand
1 year ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

Glen’s right, Jose isn’t a ‘Spurs football man’. So we’re gonna get Hoddle haters too now are we? 😂

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 year ago
Reply to  East Stand

There are people who’d still want Hoddle in charge….

Hopeless romantics emphasis on the ‘hopeless’

East Stand
East Stand
1 year ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

I’d want him in charge too if he was a good enough manager, but he isn’t so I don’t. I’d prefer him over anyone else in that scenario…

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