Spurs’ Eriksen may get his Real Madrid wish in January

Tottenham Hotspur fans react to latest reports about Christian Eriksen

Tottenham Hotspur fans react to latest reports about Christian Eriksen

Marca are reporting that Real Madrid are willing to pay a fee of around £25 million in order to sign Denmark worldwide during the January transfer window.

Los Blancos will start negotiating with Eriksen in 2020, as the Denmark worldwide has told Tottenham that he won't re-sign with the club before his contract runs out next summer. Perez is a huge fan of Christian Eriksen while Zidane wants his compatriot Paul Pogba at the Santiago Bernabeu.

However, it's not just Real Madrid that want to sign him, as Bayern Munich are also on red alert.

There were reports of bids as high as nine figures for Eriksen this summer, but it's a cut-rate situation now that the player is in the transfer window of his contract.

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The 27 year old Danish global is Madrid's main target in January, something that could also be helped by Eriksen, as he has told the press that he has rejected several contract offers at Tottenham.

Presumably, having already sacrificed at least $50-75 million on a player who refused to sign a new deal.

Friday's edition of Marca claims Eriksen has managed to withstand Levy's pressure to extend and has so far turned down three approaches from the Champions League runners-up to renew the contract.

Eriksen has been one of the most consistent creative midfielders in the Premier League over the last few seasons, and would fit very well in Real Madrid's style of play.

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