Christian Eriksen Decision Looming with Two Big-6 Clubs Interested

Christian Eriksen Brentford to decide Manchester United and Tottenham

Brentford are hopefully of keeping the 30-year-old veteran midfielder, having made a personal terms offer to Christian Eriksen.

Christian Eriksen considering options

Dane has interest from several clubs

Christian Eriksen contract with Brentford expired at the end of the season. The 30 year old Dane has attracted  interest from Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. The Bees want to keep their big name signing, and according to Fabrizio Romero have made a serious personal terms offer to the Dane.

The Danish international, and former Inter Milan player is on the wanted list by Tottenham Hotspur. Spurs are also interested in Djed Spence


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Eriksen has certainly been impressive on his comeback from the awful cardiac arrest he suffered at Euro 2020. After Inter terminated his contract, the Dane looked to be out of luck regarding playing football. After six months out, the 30 year old was cleared to play, although not in Serie A. The Italian League does not allow players with implantable cardioverter-defibrillator fitted to play.

Brentford signed the Dane in the January window, on a short six month contract. The Dane helped the Bees secure another season of Premier League football, as the Bees finished 13th in the league. Despite this, Eriksen found himself on the released list.

Although, Brentford are keen to retain the services of the Dane, the Bees have offered Eriksen a serious and important personal terms contract. The Dane is yet to make a decision. With both Spurs and Man Utd waiting in the wings, Eriksen has a decision to make in the next few days.

Does he stay with Brentford, who launched his comeback, or does he go to one of the top six clubs in the Premier League. The Bees will be able to offer him plenty of game time, which Spurs and Man Utd cannot guarantee. However, both can offer European football, which Brentford can’t.

A decision in the next few days is likely.