Tottenham Hotspur will demand £80 million for Christian Eriksen if they are to sell him this summer, according to the Sun.
This week, Eriksen revealed he may want to “try something new” by leaving Spurs amid speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid.
The Dane has just one year left on his contract, leading to rumours he could leave for a cut-price fee.
But the Sun suggests Tottenham will ask for £80 million, which will be the club’s second-highest transfer income after Gareth Bale, who joined Real Madrid for £86 million in 2013.
Eriksen’s fee could be even higher as a result of Eden Hazard’s imminent move to the Spanish capital.
The Guardian claims Real Madrid have agreed a fee of £88.5 million plus add-ons for Hazard, who also only has one year left on his contract.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy might be looking at that deal and thinking he can receive a similar fee for Eriksen.
Hazard is held is slightly higher esteem than Eriksen, but this is Levy we’re talking about – he always tries to get the best deal possible.