Sky Sports: Real Madrid want to 'steal' another Blaugrana transfer target
- The likes of Barcelona, PSG and Real Madrid are interested in Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen
- Blaugrana wanted to swap the Dane for Rafinha back in June
According to Sky Sports, Real Madrid are monitoring Christian Eriksen's situation at Tottenham. Los Blancos see him as a perfect replacement for Luka Modric, should the Croat midfielder agree on Inter Milan's mouthwatering deal.
However, Madrid are facing the competition from Barcelona and PSG who are also interested in the Spurs star man, for whom the North London club would demand a fee close to £100m.
10 - Christian Eriksen (10 goals, 10 assists) is the third Tottenham player to hit double figures for both goals and assists in a single Premier League season, after Jurgen Klinsmann in 94/95 and Emmanuel Adebayor in 11/12. Star. pic.twitter.com/PyRsaxCFId— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) April 30, 2018
Denmark head coach Morten Olsen, recently stated that Eriksen is ready for a big club like Barcelona (or Real Madrid). “'He is growing, and he is also better in the national team because every Sunday he is used to playing against the best and top players. He is already a top player, and he is ready for a team like Barcelona or Real Madrid.”
Christian Eriksen deserves to play for Barcelona, I mean he comes from the Ajax school of football surely his dream is Barcelona.— That nigga (@AthiTsotsi) August 11, 2018
Moreover, it was reported earlier that Blaugrana could be interested in a swapping deal with Tottenham. They would offer Rafinha for Eriksen as Tottenham boss Pochettino is reported to be a huge fan of the Brazilian. Of course, the report dates back in early June, however, Rafinha's Blaugrana future is still unresolved and he could leave for €35m, according to Sport.
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Spurs, however, want to renew their star, who signed from Ajax for €13.5m back in 2013, and will be reluctant to sell the 26-year-old in summer as he is viewed as the key player in Mauricio Pochettino's system.
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