Date: 25th June 2019 at 8:00pm
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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.

“Packed Up His North London House” – Report Gives Spurs Star A Choice Between United Or Juventus As Wild Claims Continue

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.

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3 Replies to ““Massive. Step. Down.” – These Spurs Fans Laugh Off Recent Sale Claim That Makes No Sense”

  • Hands up who thinks Levy will sell Eriksen to Man U? The only reason for him to go there is money, Levy will let him go, but it will be abroad, Juventus will be a good move for him £100 for him and Trippier, yes please, then we will go and get players that want to play for us! COYS!!!

  • Sell him to highest bidder he don’t do anything for us when we don’t have the Ball

  • If hid heart is longer with us…. sell him to the highest bidder. Not to MU definitely unless of course MU pays a ridiculously high price.

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