Levy put a '£225m price tag on Eriksen amid interest from Real Madrid'




Levy put a '£225m price tag on Eriksen amid interest from Real Madrid'

Tottenham boss Daniel Levy has revealed to Real Madrid they can have Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen, gave they're willing to stump up £225million.

Eriksen will be out of the agreement in 2020, with Spurs considering giving his agreement a chance to rundown as talks over another arrangement proceed.

The Denmark global is drawing in enthusiasm from Madrid, who are searching for a long haul trade for Luka Modric.

Yet, Spanish paper Marca guarantees they were by Levy two months back that they would need to pay a world-record exchange expense to arrive their man.

It's guaranteed Madrid would not coordinate Levy's valuation and Bernabeu boss will be understanding in their quest for the 26-year-old.

They trust the galactic expense will fall the more extended talks over Eriksen's new arrangement roll on.


Goads administrator Levy has loosened up his standard with Eriksen of not enabling players to enter the last two years of their agreement, given his significance to Mauricio Pochettino's designs.

Be that as it may, should talks delay until the late spring, Marca report, Levy should choose whether to bring down his asking cost or hazard letting Eriksen leave to no end.

On the off chance that the Spurs boss keeps on getting down to business, Madrid may look nearer to home for Modric's substitution.

Marca guarantee that however Eriksen is considered the 'perfect' man for the activity, 22-year-old Dani Ceballos is the prospect Madrid expectation can go up against the mantle on the off chance that they pass up the Dane.





Levy put a '£225m price tag on Eriksen amid interest from Real Madrid' Levy put a '£225m price tag on Eriksen amid interest from Real Madrid' Reviewed by Edozie Richard on Wednesday, January 09, 2019 Rating: 5

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