Christian Eriksen will decide his future ‘in the coming days’ as Man United and Brentford wait
Christian Eriksen will decide his future ‘in the coming hours or days as he goes to talk to his agent’ while Manchester United and ‘hopeful’ Brentford wait to see if they are the chosen one
- Christian Eriksen impressed for Brentford this season following his January contract
- Brentford and United are said to have offered the midfielder a six-month contract
- The 30-year-old has played more than 300 games for Tottenham in seven years
- Eriksen will decide ‘within hours or days’ about his club for next season
Brentford’s Christian Eriksen is reportedly set to make a decision about his future in the coming ‘hours or days’.
The midfielder made an excellent return to the game last season after suffering a cardiac arrest during Euro 2020.
He played 11 games for the Bees after signing in January and helped them recover from a shaky mid-season with a goal and four assists.
Christian Eriksen impressed for Brentford last season after recovering from cardiac arrest
According to journalist Fabrizio Romanothere are ‘many proposals’ on the table for the Danish star, who will make a decision in the coming ‘hours or days’ after consultation with his agent.
He also said Eriksen’s former club Tottenham, who have played for more than 300 games, have decided to focus on ‘other goals’, while Brentford ‘still hopes’ to keep the 30-year-old.
According to reports from air sportsBoth United and Brentford have offered Eriksen a six-month contract, with the move to Old Trafford said to be “more financially lucrative”.
Erik ten Hag has yet to secure a summer signing after Liverpool miss out on Darwin Nunes
Eriksen is one of several players currently linked with Manchester United, while Erik ten Hag is looking to rebuild his team.
He would be a key summer signing for a club that has yet to take up a summer signing after missing Darwin Nunes to Liverpool and seemingly being rejected by Jurrien Timber.
Holding on to Eriksen would also be a big statement for Brentford as they face a tough second season in the Premier League.