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Manchester United ‘make initial contact with Christian Eriksen’ ahead of potential free transfer

Manchester United ‘make first contact with Christian Eriksen’ ahead of a possible free transfer, while Erik ten Hag wants to sign the Denmark international despite interest from Brentford and Tottenham

  • Manchester United have made first contact with Christian Eriksen
  • New United manager Erik ten Hag is a great admirer of Eriksen’s qualities
  • Eriksen becomes a free agent when his Brentford contract expires
  • Brentford wants to re-sign Eriksen and Tottenham are interested too

Manchester United have made first contact with Christian Eriksen about a possible move this summer.

Eriksen will be available as a free agent when his contract with Brentford expires at the end of this month, and new United manager Erik ten Hag is a great admirer of the Denmark international.

As reported by air sportsUnited are keen to bring in Eriksen, and Brentford and his former club Tottenham are also interested.

Manchester United have made first contact with Christian Eriksen about a possible deal

Manchester United have made first contact with Christian Eriksen about a possible deal

New Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is a great admirer of Eriksen's ability

New Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is a great admirer of Eriksen’s ability

After a dismal campaign that saw United finish sixth in the Premier League, it is clear that Old Trafford is in need of a revamp.

There has been a lack of transfer activity so far, but ten Hag wants to strengthen his team, with Eriksen being one of his main targets along with Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong.

Eriksen made a big impression for Brentford after he joined in January on a short-term contract after recovering from cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark at Euro 2020 last year.

Brentford interested in Eriksen re-signing, while Tottenham keep an eye on the situation

Brentford interested in Eriksen re-signing, while Tottenham keep an eye on the situation

Eriksen made a big impression under Thomas Frank at Brentford with some impressive displays

Eriksen made a big impression under Thomas Frank at Brentford with some impressive displays

In 11 Premier League appearances for Brentford, Eriksen scored once and provided four assists, many of his overall performances being of a high standard.

Ten Hag was impressed by Eriksen when he trained at Ajax last season to build up his condition.

The 30-year-old’s Premier League experience, most of which came during his time at Tottenham Hotspur, could prove very useful to United.

The Denmark international will become a free agent when his contract with Brentford expires

The Denmark international will become a free agent when his contract with Brentford expires

United remains in talks with Barcelona for de Jong, who played at Ajax under Ten Hag and is seen as crucial to United’s reconstruction.

There have been quite a few departures from United this summer, including Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic, Jesse Lingard, Edinson Cavani and Juan Mata who have left the club.



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