SportTottenham will pressure Eriksen to sell him in January

Tottenham will pressure Eriksen to sell him in January

The film between Christian Eriksen and Tottenham Hotspur does not seem to have a happy ending. Guilt, the terrible start to the season for the Spurs who have lost five of their last 10 games – they have only won two – and count the last two for blushing wins against Bayern Munich and Brighton. The runner-up of the last edition of the Champions League is this course in low hours and his coach Mauricio Pochettino, much discussed at the moment, has his own culprits on the target. According to the Times newspaper, Mauricio Pochettino has already raised a revolution to Spurs’ staff for the next transfer market that will open in January. The Argentine coach points out Serge Aurier, Victor Wanyama, Danny Rose and the aforementioned Christian Eriksen as culprits and subjects that will accommodate future signings. They are the four indicated and the four men who want to put on the market to try to save a season that has started off crooked. Eriksen’s specific situation is somewhat complex. The midfielder has so far not had the weight he had in previous seasons with Tottenham. In part, as a measure of pressure on the part of the coaching staff and the board for them to agree to negotiate a renewal of their contract. It should be remembered that the Danish has signed with Spurs until the summer of 2020 so that from this month of January the player could negotiate with any club for the next season. Tottenham seeks to pressure Eriksen to decide to leave early. London and leave at least some cash in the club’s coffers.Real Madrid continues to be one of the great candidates to take over his services – it is rumored that his agent was this past weekend in the capital to try his signing again. Already in summer this possibility was tested although it ended up being Zinedine Zidane who ruled out the Dane for giving priority to the arrival of Paul Pogba, something that did not end up happening either. Furthermore, his situation in the English dressing room is not idyllic.

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