I’m beginning to wonder if the ongoing and endless speculation about the future of Tottenham Hotspur star Christian Eriksen might be better suited to a film franchise akin to Marvel given all the twists and turns, claims and counterclaims we’ve seen over the last few months.
Over the weekend (as copied in below) the Mirror gave the 27-year-old a choice of Manchester United or Juventus as a new destination with more claims that Real Madrid have moved on from him on a target front and they even stated he’d emptied his house ahead of the Champions League Final such was his desire to move on from White Hart Lane this summer.
Whatever the actual truth may be when it comes to those claims, it’s simply just another twist in a saga that had long begun boring the proverbial pants off me and I doubt I’m alone in that.
In terms of his own words in the linked piece above, about his own future and being open to trying something new should an opportunity arise, Juventus may tick that box but I simply fail to see how Old Trafford would given the mess they are in.
Money maybe, but a desire to win silverware given the criticisms thrown at Spurs on that front, absolutely no chance.
— Jack Faber (@Jack_Fa80) June 23, 2019
Yes, to play in the Europa League having just played in a Champions League final. Of course.
— BAHAB (@TEAM_BAHAB) June 23, 2019
Too good for Manu, he is better off staying where he is
— Harold Barrett (@haroldbarrett) June 23, 2019
Massive. Step. Down.
— Christopher Wood (@chrisspurs9) June 23, 2019
I can't see Daniel levy selling him to Manchester utd might be wrong unless they offer mega mega money utd seem desperate tho….
— james w hart (@thegoat78) June 23, 2019
Step down ????♂️
— Jono69 (@JonathanNeilAn1) June 23, 2019
I just don’t see a guy moving to a team thats not even playing Champions League football next year..
— Ben (@shyvoodoo) June 23, 2019
I hope we are without the need to sell Eriksen. Spurs can provide the perfect stage for Wilfried to shine! Shame such a brilliant talent is virtually unknown in Europe.
— Tim Cruickshank (@twe_tim) June 23, 2019