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The agent of Christian Eriksen discusses the midfielder’s future amid links to Spurs

By Eddie Razo -

Over the last few days, Tottenham Hotspur has been connected to their former midfielder Christian Eriksen. The 30-year-old signed a six-month contract with Brentford for the remainder of the season, and thus far, he has impressed. 

As a result, other clubs are taking notice, one of them is Spurs. Nonetheless, Eriksen’s agent Martin Schoots attempts to downplay rumors of a future move away from Brentford. 

Schoots insists that the ongoing speculation is simply a by-product of his client’s outstanding showings with The Bees, showing that he’s more than capable of playing football at a high level after suffering his cardiac arrest last summer at the UEFA Euros. 

“It is clear that Christian is making a big impression at the moment, both with the national team and Brentford,” Schoots told Danish outlet BT. “The speculation about his future is a logical consequence of this.

“Although Christian is widely recognized for his positive influence at Brentford’s level and the team’s achievements, he would prefer to concentrate on the club’s collective goal, which is to avoid relegation.”

Along with Spurs, Manchester United is another club that has reportedly expressed interest in the veteran midfielder. However, the connections to Tottenham are understandable, considering it’s a club he has spent the majority of his playing career, and manager Antonio Conte brought him to Inter Milan.

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Surespur
Surespur
7 months ago

Not for me, thanks. This is a player that failed to show up in the biggest game he’ll ever play in during his career. His bags were packed long before then, and I believe picking him was a bigger crime that dropping Moura for Kane.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
7 months ago

I don’t think Eriksen would want to play for Spurs again tbh. If you recall the final seasons he played for us were tainted by his wage demands for being a world class player not being met by Mr Stingy, the same who paid himself a massive earner for completing the stadium late and well over over-budget.

Dexter
Dexter
7 months ago

Won’t happen. In other ‘news’ The Mail in their infinite wisdom, are reporting that we may sign a THIRTY EIGHT year-old Carlos Tevez. I’ve just spent ten minutes coughing up my Saturday afternoon bottle of beer.

CowSpurs
CowSpurs
7 months ago

Same old story. We didn’t replace Dembele, Toby or Verts (Romero looking decent at the moment) and we didn’t replace Eriksen (Lo Celso was a poor purchase). That creative influence has really cost us since he left, but he was pretty average for his last 2 seasons with us. I think some could be looking through rose tinted glasses, but if I had to have Winks or Eriksen I would choose the Dane.

Spursy bob
Spursy bob
7 months ago

I agree going back to clubs rarely work out and anyway surely we’d be looking for an upgrade.

Tangangry
Tangangry
7 months ago

The connections with spurs are understandable, particularly if you’e a lazy journo trying to dream up something to write about today (dont mean eddie!). I fail to see Levy or Conte being interested in this.

at large
at large
7 months ago
Reply to  Tangangry

Clickbait catfish stuff.

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