Published: Sat, June 08, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Why I want to leave Spurs, by Eriksen

Why I want to leave Spurs, by Eriksen

Real Madrid are among the clubs who have been linked with a move for his services this summer as part of their overhaul.

The Danish worldwide, who has just 12 months left on his contract, says a move to Real Madrid would his ideal destination.

Eriksen has spoken of his agony at missing out on a Champions League win with Spurs in Madrid, and after arriving in the Danish camp in midweek, having been given some time off to recover from the final, he has stated his desire to leave Spurs.

"I have the widest and deepest respect for everything that has happened in Tottenham and nor will it be negative if I stay".

"I hope this summer something is decided upon, that is the plan. If I then sign a new contract, it depends on the conditions".

"But in football you do not know when clarification comes". Everyone wants it best if it happens as soon as possible, but in football it takes time.

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"Everything depends on Daniel Levy, but there has to be another club, otherwise I'll sit down and negotiate a new contract".

Real Madrid, as per the report, are unwilling to meet that valuation, given that they have already spent heavily on Jovic and will reportedly be shelling out £88 million to land Hazard, with Zidane eyeing more additions to the squad.

Alderweireld played in all but one of Tottenham's Champions League games as they went all the way to the final in Madrid. "You can't set a date yourself". If Eriksen is available for that, then he would be a far superior alternative to Paul Pogba for either Real or United. "There aren't many boxes that Tottenham don't tick so if I have to move away, it would have to be a step up".

And the Daily Star now say PSG have offered Draxler to Tottenham as Spurs prepare for life without Eriksen.

"It depends on Daniel Levy". Pochettino, though, is hot on the heels of Lo Celso, whose expected £60 - £70 million transfer fee pales in comparison to the expected fee for their 27-year-old Danish maestro. This move looks quite probable.

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