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Recent Eriksen comments signify he isn't leaving

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Recent Eriksen comments signify he isn't leaving

Juventus were said to be watching Christian Eriksen and now the Italian press are trying to make something Inter Milan having a new boss and his old association with Eriksen. The British press and thus websites are trying to make something out of it and the fact that he hasn't signed a new contract yet. WE don't know what points he requires a change is, wages have been speculated but nobody knows what he has been offered and until we do it would be wrong to assume such.

What seems to be clear is that the Dane is happy at Tottenham and has no intention of leaving. That was made clear when it was known he hadn't agreed to sign the offer made to him. That will be negotiated and a new proposal will be put to him. It is all quite common and nothing out of the ordinary.

Eriksen told Sky Sports News recently that Wembley would suit Spurs, hardly the actions of someone about to, or considering jumping ship..

"I think it will be weird the first few times because we have to get used to the pitch, which is much bigger than at the Lane. The atmosphere of course will be different, but we know our fans will probably be even louder when we are Wembley, which will hopefully make us play even better. 
"But it will be a nice experience to play there and hopefully we will do well because how we play, I think a big pitch will suit our game. 
"It will be brand new for us to play in the Champions League, so for the team and everyone it will be a really good year to see how far we have come. We must keep our level. We showed last year we could beat the best and stay near the top and that's where we want to be."




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2 comments:

  1. I agree with u I don't think spurs are looking to sell anyone we haven't been a selling club for quite awhile even though some tend to portray it that way because of the bale and modric sell but truth be told those moves were forced due to the lack of champions league football and even so we recouped heavy fees for both so I doubt he is going anywhere and if he does we will be paid handsomely for his services

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  2. He should be amongst the highest earners at the club no question. He is quality and a key player so pay him what he deserves and move on. COYS

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