Club have offered £50million terms to sign Manchester United target in summer – Journalist


Tottenham star Christian Eriksen has been linked with Manchester United for quite some time but the latest reports do not look so positive.

Few days back, we covered a report (via The Telegraph) claiming that the Red Devils are prepared to wait for the summer to hire the services of the Danish attacker after the expiry of his contract.

Transfer: Man Utd prepare move to sign “fantastic” £50million star in summer – Report

However, the Old Trafford club face serious competition to secure the signature of the former Ajax playmaker. According to The Mail, the likes of Inter Milan, Juventus and PSG are also looking to lure the 27-year-old star.

Furthermore, as per Nicolo Schira, the French champions have so far offered Eriksen the best deal to move to the club in the summer. The renowned journalist, who works for La Gazzetta Dello Sport, claims that Leonardo (sporting director of PSG) has offered terms worth £50million (five year contract worth £10million-a-year) to bring the Spurs star to Parc des Princes.

At the moment, the versatile playmaker is only earning £80,000-a-week at Tottenham (Mirror Sport). A proven quality attacker like him surely deserves to earn way more. If he does accept the reported offer from PSG then he will get around £192,000-a-week.

Man United might be able to convince him to join if they offer him a better deal but it must be remembered that we have recently lost out on signing Haaland, who opted to join a Champions League club instead.

So, it must be taken into consideration that the Nerazzurri, the Bianconeri and the Parisians would likely be playing in the Europe’s elite competition next season.

On the other hand, Man Utd are playing in the Europa League in the current campaign and at the moment, we are five points behind fourth placed Chelsea in the Premier League. We shall see how the transfer saga unfolds and will keep you updated.

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