Christian Eriksen has become one of the top midfielders available in the transfer market this winter, and on one side Manchester United is said to be a heavy player’s interest. However, the latest news emerged that claimed that the Red Devils discouraged them from recruiting the Danish National team midfielder.
As we said, Christian Eriksen is one of the available midfielders in the January 2020 winter transfer market, because he is reluctant to extend his contract with Tottenham Hotspur which will expire next summer. Of course Spurs have no other choice, because if they don’t sell it, they can lose the player for free.
A number of European giants such as Manchester United, Juventus and Inter Milan have been linked with Eriksen. Incidentally the three clubs are both in need of a creative midfielder. However, claims have just emerged stating that Manchester United has discouraged their plans to bring in the Danish National Team midfielder.
In fact, as needed, the Red Devils are actually in dire need of new ammunition in midfield, following the injury of two mainstay midfielders, Scott McTominay and Paul Pogba. Each of these players must be pulled over for 2 months and 1 Month respectively. But claims say that Manchester United already has other targets in the January 2020 transfer market.
Compared to Christian Eriksen, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is said to prefer the service of Ajax Amsterdam midfielder Donny Van De Beek who is younger than Eriksen. With Manchester United’s withdrawal from the hunt, now the favorite Juventus get Eriksen. The reason Inter Milan is also being focused on Arturo Vidal from Barcelona.
Inter Milan coach, Antonio Conte reportedly rejected the club’s plan to recruit Eriksen. Conte wanted La Beneamata to bring Vidal. This is because the Italian manager feels Vidal’s playing style is more in line with his scheme at Inter Milan. In addition, the Chilean player was also his mainstay when he was still handling Juventus.
But until now, no agreement has been reached yet, Eriksen is still in the Spurs uniform, and neither Inter Milan nor Manchester United have wrinkled the new midfielder.