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Tottenham transfer target discusses future as his contract with Brentford is set to expire

By Eddie Razo -

Tottenham Hotspur will be keen on adding a midfielder that can fill the number ten role on the team, and while there are various candidates, the one that sounds the loudest is former Spurs midfielder, Christian Eriksen.

Eriksen’s contract with Brentford expires in June, and the 30-year-old states that the pursuit of winning trophies will play a significant role in deciding his next club. 

The Denmark international returned to football for the first time since he suffered a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020 when he signed with Brentford in January. He spoke to the BBC about what’s next for his career when his deal with The Bees expires. 

 “I don’t know what the future holds,” Eriksen said. “It will be a decision from a sporting perspective but also from a family perspective, going into the decision of where we’re going to go.”

“I’ve always wanted to win trophies. I’m always on the competitive side, I always want to be the best version possible in any way, playing at the highest level possible.”

Eriksen is familiar with Tottenham since he spent significant time and was with manager Antonio Conte, with who he was with while at Inter Milan. There are various reasons to believe that the 30-year-old could have a second stint in north London, especially if they finish in the top four.

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Filip
Filip
6 months ago

he still has it, theres no ball from him that doesnt make sense. I would take him, not for nostalgia or emotional reasons, he is just a quality player that we are missing

judge
judge
6 months ago
Reply to  Filip

I would imagine him a fairly cheap acquisition , so even if he came to sit on the bench he could defo be used as a game-changer late on , although if not Christian , we defo need THAT STYLE of player to take the next step………….He warms the heart though , doesn’t he ????

Lord Croker
Lord Croker
6 months ago

Sounds the loudest on deaf ears.

The club can do better than this. He had his chance in the CL final. Instead he went missing.

Paul
Paul
6 months ago
Reply to  Lord Croker

A play maker. A play maker. A player that does one thing well, make plays. Bad comparison, but Kane has not really set the world on fire from Semis to finals and that is the man rely on.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
6 months ago
Reply to  Lord Croker

As he often did on the big occasions; I also got fed up to the teeth with his stunning inability to clear the first defender at corner kicks!

Dexter
Dexter
6 months ago

Gareth Bale story Mark Two? I’d love him back, but I doubt it.

Sonificent
Sonificent
6 months ago
Reply to  Dexter

Strange that he would come back to a club that consciously decided not to pay him his worth in the market (at that time). We need a playmaker but isn’t there better out there? Although he’s free which is probably giving Levy a semi.

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