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Man Utd plot summer move for Spurs Christian Eriksen

Man Utd plot summer move for Spurs Christian Eriksen - manchester united

Spurs midfielder Christian Eriksen has jumped to the first list on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s rebuild plans for next season.

And according to Mirror, ‘the United bosses are willing to TREBLE Eriksen’s weekly wage to £240,000-a-week to lure the Tottenham playmaker to Old Trafford.’

Christian Eriksen has been mentioned on the transfer sheets many times now, with the 27-year-old linked with a move to Real Madrid, and is ready to abandon ship and jump at the opportunity. 

However, at the moment Real Madrid have their eyes firmly set at Chelsea’s Eden Hazard and Manchester United’s Paul Pogba, giving the red devils a chance to attempt to steal a deal for the Dane.

Convincing Eriksen to join Manchester United is the easy deal, with the player having left his future wide ajar, as he’s holding out for a £250,000 a week salary, which while being an issue for Spurs – who aren’t interested in a dispute with £200,000 talisman Harry Kane  – is no problem for Man United.

United will however, have a difficult task in getting Daniel Levy to sanction the deal. 

Despite having just a year left on his contract, Christian Eriksen still commands a hefty fee of £95 million in the current transfer window, and Levy is expecting nothing less, if there are any hopes of having Eriksen join in on Solskjaer squad for next season.

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