Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen is unlikely to sign a new contract amid interest from Real Madrid, according to reports in Spain.
Eriksen’s current deal expires at the end of next season and much has been written about his future in recent weeks.
Some reports have claimed Eriksen is stalling on a new contract, while others say Spurs are confident the Dane will commit his long-term future to the club soon.
During all of the talk, rumours of Real Madrid making a move for Eriksen next summer have been lingering in the background.
And according to Spanish outlet AS, Eriksen is a long way from agreeing terms on a new deal.
The report claims there is next to no chance the 26-year-old but will leave Tottenham this month, but it is believed it will be very difficult for the Londoners to persuade Eriksen to extend his contract.
Figures between £100 million and £225 million have been mooted for Eriksen – his value is likely to decrease the longer he stalls.
Spurs have been linked with Lyon midfielder Nabil Fekir this week, but keeping Eriksen is surely the priority.