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Transfer: Christian Eriksen Finally Decides On Joining Manchester United



Christian Eriksen, a former Inter Milan midfielder, is said to have decided against joining Manchester United this summer.

Eriksen’s career took a turn for the better after a stellar season with Brentford in 2012/13, and he is now linked with a move to Manchester United.

The Dane is expected to reject a move to Manchester United in order to stay in London, potentially paving the way for a spectacular return to Tottenham Hotspur.

Eriksen is a key target for new Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag, who is looking to enhance his midfield options this summer.

Man United announced the departure of 11 first-team players earlier this month, including midfielders Paul Pogba, Juan Mata, and Nemanja Matic.

The Red Devils are in talks with Barcelona about a trade for midfielder Frenkie de Jong, but with so many players leaving Old Trafford this month, Ten Hag might bring two midfielders to the Nou Camp.

Eriksen’s contract with Brentford expires on June 30th, and it was rumoured a few days ago that Man United had offered him a contract offer.

According to The Athletic, Man United will not be able to sign Eriksen because the 30-year-old wants to stay in London.

As a result, Eriksen’s present team, Brentford, and former club, Tottenham Hotspur, would be the favorites.


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