Tottenham are expecting Christian Eriksen back at Hotspur Way for pre-season training this week despite growing uncertainty over the Danish internationals future, according to the Daily Mail.

Eriksen recently admitted that he wanted a new challenge after six years at Spurs – with Real Madrid, Juventus and even Manchester United chasing the signature of the attacking midfielder, who scored eight goals and added 12 assists in the Premier League last season.

His future in North London could depend on that of Paul Pogba, who is also set to leave Old Trafford this summer, but Tottenham are expecting Eriksen to return to their Enfield training base at the end of this week and is also expected to fly out to Asia for the clubs pre-season tour, which departs on Wednesday.

Elsewhere, a host of Spurs’ other internationals – including Harry Kane – will report back to Hotspur Way as Mauricio Pochettino’s side continue their preparations for the new campaign.

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  1. I’m not sure why there Is all of this animosity surrounding eriksen. Yes he should have kept his mouth shut but it’s 2019 and players speak there mind just ask man u about pogba. Hes a really good player who truthfully isn’t good enough to hack it under the pressure of Los blancos anyway. I don’t believe any report that says levy turned down 70 mil for him especially with the arrival of ndoumbele. If we can work something out that has ceballos coming over on a permanent basis I think this deal gets done. If not I think eriksen signs a new contract and I for 1 would welcome him back regardless of how dumb his comments were a month ago. He disappears at times but its hard to replace someone who kicks fee kicks like he does.

  2. It’s amazing how things get lost in translation, tabloids cherry pick a quote and everyone else repeats it as fact. Eriksen said “I feel I am at a point where I maybe want to try something new.” Also said “I have the craziest and deepest respect for everything that happens in Tottenham and it wont be negative to stay.” This is a direct translation from an actual Dane. He may have been slightly misguided in his words (can we all claim otherwise?), but the sentiment is not what is so easily banded around lately.
    If he stays or goes, we should appreciate his service (and rightly question his application last season, despite people wishing to quote stats like this is the NBA).

    What we can all surely agree on is that none of this daily childishness, that is presented as news, but is merely repetition and clickbait, can help player, club or fans. Some days nothing appears to be happening, none of us know what is actually in progress despite the best efforts of hacks and that is ok. Please stop undermining our great club to justify your own (unrequested and largely unrequired) existence. If you are truly Spurs, then let things evolve naturally. Come deadline day passing, then feel free to complain. Until then you are part of the problem, not the solution.


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