Tottenham Hotspur have resigned to losing the services of playmaker Christian Eriksen next year with his contract gradually coming to an end.
He has just over six months on his current Spurs’ contract.
According to The Sun, Christian Eriksen has turned down a new contract offer from Tottenham Hotspur.
It was revealed that Spurs offered him a new deal worth £150,000 on a weekly basis and the said offer was rejected by the player.
Danish international Christian Eriksen was linked with a move from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer when he had one year remaining on his contract but the player stayed on for this season.
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Recent reports claimed that the former Ajax Amsterdam star is targeting a possible free transfer move next summer rather than leave Spurs for another club during the winter transfer window in January.
Spurs officials had been hoping that the arrival of Jose Mourinho as manager will alter the player’s decision but it seems the Danish national team playmaker has made up his mind on leaving last season’s Champions League finalists.
Manchester United are strongly keen on a transfer for Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen and the Red Devils are the only ones in the running to sign him.
Real Madrid and Inter Milan also interested in him.