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Christian Eriksen Transfer News & Odds

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Christian Eriksen Transfer News & Odds

After a miraculous return to football with Brentford this season and looking like his old self, Christian Eriksen is now becoming a free agent, with top European clubs looking for his signature, including his former club Tottenham Hotspur.

Christian Eriksen Transfer Odds

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Tottenham Hotspur Odds: 2/1

During his career at White Hart Lane, spanning seven years from 2013-2020, Eriksen made 305 appearances, scoring 69 goals, and was an integral part of a team that led Spurs to the Champions League semi-final in 2019.

Spurs are under different management from when Eriksen was last at Spurs, with Antonio Conte at the helm, rather than Mauricio Pochettino, however, Conte was the manager that took Eriksen away from Spurs to Inter Milan.

Under Conte at Inter Milan, Eriksen’s time was cut short because of his incident at the Euros, but he still managed to make 60 appearances and eight goals for the Nerazzurri, which included a run to the Europa League final in 2020, and winning the Serie A in 2021, his fourth league title of his career, after winning three with Ajax earlier in his career.

After the reception he got from the Spurs fans in the away end at the Brentford Community Stadium, it is clear that Spurs fans would love to have their former player back, and Spurs could be looking to appease their fans in bringing him back.

Eriksen is priced at 2/1 to make a sensational return to Tottenham Hotspur - click on the link to claim this be in your bet slip!

Manchester United Odds: 5/1

With Erik ten Hag coming to Old Trafford, it looks as if the current squad at Manchester United will be very different come the start of next season after a massive clearout looking likely after the comments from current interim-manager Ralf Rangnick.

Ten Hag is a possession-based manager and will be looking for ball-playing midfielders and there aren’t many better players on the ball than Christian Eriksen, who is amazing with both feet and can pick out a pass from any situation, something that United’s current midfield is clearly lacking.

Back in January, Eriksen was back at his old club Ajax, ten Hag’s current club, and participated in some training sessions, giving Ten Hag an inside view of what he is capable of, and if he impressed, Ten Hag could look to bring him to Manchester.

Eriksen is priced at 5/1 to join Manchester United this summer.

Leicester City Odds: 25/1

A surprise interest for Eriksen’s signature has been Leicester City, with them looking to rival the bigger clubs for his signature, with their Danish contingent being the sway which could bring him to the King Power Stadium.

The current Denmark and Leicester captain Kasper Schmeichel could be able to pry his national teammate to the club, convincing him that he could start week in, week out, something that the bigger clubs may not be able to promise him.

Leicester may be the team that will take the most convincing, they will likely not have any European football next season unless they win the Europa Conference League, something a player the quality of Eriksen, will likely look for in a new club.

Leicester are priced at 25/1 to acquire Eriksen.

Could a Return to Ajax be on the Cards?

Ajax looks to be going through another transition phase this summer, most notably with young midfielder Ryan Gravenberch looking to join Bayern Munich, and obviously, Erik ten Hag joining Manchester United.

After spending time training with Ajax earlier in the season, the links were always going to appear this summer, but with Gravenberch likely on his way out, Eriksen could fit in perfectly to replace him as the playmaker in central midfield.

Eriksen was with the Ajax first team for three years between 2010 and 2013, making 163 appearances, scoring 32 goals, whilst winning the league title in every season he spent in the first team.

Ajax will have the support of their fans to bring such a quality player back to Ajax, and they will also be able to offer him Champions League football, and regular first-team appearances, but with Eriksen only 30-years-old, he may look to stay in Europe’s top five leagues.