Tottenham fans do not want to lose Christian Eriksen this summer.
The midfielder has proven himself as one of the best attacking midfielders in both the Premier League and the world, and after seeing him being pictured smiling with his teammates on the flight to Singapore, the fans are getting excited.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) 17 July 2019
Eriksen has been one who the Lilywhites are worried about leaving over the summer. The Danish midfielder has pitched in with an impressive 66 goals and 86 assists in the 277 games that he’s racked up during his six-year spell as a Tottenham player, Transfermarkt.
However, there have been fears of the midfielder leaving this summer, with plenty of reports that he wants to leave the club and take on a new challenge. Those reports have been compiled by Football.London in a recent article but it looks like the fears of his exit may have been for nothing.
The Dane is travelling with his teammates to take on Juventus, Manchester United and Real Madrid whilst Danny Rose, Vincent Janssen and Georges-Kevin N’Koudou stay at the club to negotiate moves away. For the fans, though, seeing Eriksen on the plane with the rest of the squad has convinced them he may stay.
You can read the ecstatic Spurs fans’ reaction to the Eriksen pictures here…
Eriksen appearing in 2 photos. He’s signed
— sonaldo (@SonTwoThree) 17 July 2019
Eriksen Looks happy, this man should just stay we really need him , He’s a decent player with right motives.
— Dickson Kalumba (@Dickson72004800) 17 July 2019
Eriksen looks so happy. new contract ?
— Marcellinus Bhanu (@MarcellBhanu) 17 July 2019
So Eriksen is staying then ?
— Brad (@brad_nb) 17 July 2019
Eriksen is happy
— Ashish poudel (@aacs_thfc) 17 July 2019
@Difarent eriksen looks a happy man
— Josh Warden (@ThexWarden) 17 July 2019
Eriksen looks happy.. Doesn’t seem like a player that wants to go
— Mthimban’ Dlamini (@TenMillion007) 17 July 2019
The Lilywhites have been very quick to acknowledge how happy Eriksen looks and will be desperate for the player to put pen to paper on a new deal and end the rumours.