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Manchester United are considering going back in for Tottenham star Christian Eriksen, according to the Independent.

Eriksen has been linked with United in the past, but the Red Devils are now said to be target Juventus forward Paulo Dybala and Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes, two players who are also reportedly on Spurs’ shortlist.

Talk of Fernandes joining Tottenham is particularly strong, although reports suggest Real Madrid have entered the race to sign the Portugal international. And with United struggling to attain their targets, it looks like they could revive their interest in Eriksen.

The Independent claims a transfer from Spurs to United for Eriksen depends on two factors: whether Dybala moves to Old Trafford, and whether Eriksen is willing to play Europa League football next season.

Eriksen has just one year left on his Tottenham contract and is likely to make a much bigger salary at United, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will not be playing in the Champions League next term – something Spurs will be doing.

Tottenham could sell Eriksen to a foreign club after the English transfer window closes next week, so they are in no rush to accept any offer from United.

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  1. It makes sense for Sen to sign a new contract with Spurs at the 200+k per week he is being offered, which is fair. He will go onto become a Spurs legend, instead of joining a team which is unstable, whose coach is not firmly in the saddle beyond the start of the season, and who have a use and throw commodity approach to players – check Lukaku and Pogba.
    If Sen still signs for ManU (as opposed to, say, Barcelone or Pool), it means it was always about the money.

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