It was a year ago when his heart stopped momentarily. Christian Eriksen, not only managed to recover, but he returned to action and became one of the most influential Brentford players. The 30 years-old Danish finished the season with eleven appearances and one goal and he also returned to international football in March, coming from the bench in a match against the Netherlands.
What a return that was, as he scored after two minutes on the pitch! From the 1st of July, he is going to be a free-agent again, and his name appeared on multiple transfer lists.
The Danish playmaker, loves to move behind the strikers, as a “classic number ten”, however, he is extremely useful as a central midfielder. His best football days were recorded with Tottenham and the Spurs are the strongest favourites to sign him. There is transfer news, however, that refers to Brentford’s intention to resign him for another couple of years, in a place where Eriksen’s career revived from the ashes.
His prime is far from over, although his heart problem may create second thoughts in World Class clubs who may desire to acquire him, as long as there is no transfer fee. Christian Eriksen never hides his intention to stay in the UK and the Premier League, but he will search for a club in the Top 10, potentially a club that may finish in the European Football Qualification spots. Manchester United is one of the contenders, as Matic and Pogba have left the club and the Red Devils will definitely need to be enforced in the midfield.
Newcastle has the money and the ambition to pay Eriksen’s salary, Everton will seek an upgrade, after they avoided a horrific relegation and of course, Liverpool and Manchester City will keep an eye on him, as a backup for their squads.
Football transfers are the summer’s most exciting… hobby. Kristian Eriksen can be one of the hottest topics in the Premier League’s offseason, for a footballer that has been unlucky and vitally lucky at the same time…
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