Jose Mourinho Already Knows Christian Eriksen's Next Move Ahead of January Window

Jose Mourinho Already Knows Christian Eriksen's Next Move Ahead of January Window

However, if they believe wholeheartedly Tottenham can not secure a top four spot without the Dane, would it be best to keep him knowing they'll lose him in the summer on a free transfer?

For all the criticism directed at Christian Eriksen over the a year ago, losing the Dane to Manchester United on a free transfer is the worst case scenario for Tottenham.

Eriksen has always been linked with a move to Old Trafford since last summer, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are confident they can persuade the former Ajax star to join the club in one of the Premier League's most high-profile free transfers in recent seasons.

But that plot may well well backfire as one other Premier League aspect may well well post an provide forward of United, whereas this may well well moreover plug away Staunch Madrid free to negotiate a tackle the 27-one year-ragged sooner than he's out of contract with Spurs.

According to the Telegraph, Ed Woodward and United's chiefs have made a decision to wait until summer to land Eriksen on a free transfer.

Jose Mourinho has refused to clarify Christian Eriksen's future at Tottenham Hotspur after the Danish midfielder scored in Saturday's 2-2 draw at Norwich City.

When asked whether Mourinho not revealing the nature of his talks with Eriksen means an exit is more likely, Mills told Football Insider: "I think when Mourinho first came in, he said he needs to speak to the players, I need to find out what they want".

'Because I speak with him, we are so open with each other because we trust each other in the sense that we keep to ourselves.

"Obviously I share with my boss, Christian knows that, every conversation we have I have to share with my boss, but it's just between us, so I don't want to say much".

'The only thing I can say is that he is trying to help the team like he did today, I'm happy with his man of the match.

The Daily Telegraph moreover file that United are conserving a stop mark on Jack Grealish at Aston Villa with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer alive to to bolster his midfield alternatives next summer season.

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