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Christian Eriksen Currently Undergoing Medical With Tottenham Hotspur

christian eriksen2 Christian Eriksen Currently Undergoing Medical With Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur transfer target Christian Eriksen is currently undergoing a medical after agreeing personal terms with the White Hart Lane club, according to a report on the Dutch television network Fox Sports Central.

Ajax and Tottenham Hotspur are close to agreeing a £9.3million deal and a four year contract. Tottenham Technical Director Franco Baldini is continuing discussions with Ajax’s lawyers as well as Eriksen’s agent.

It’s quite possible that a deal for Eriksen may be done in time for the Danish creative midfielder to make his Tottenham debut against Arsenal on Sunday.

A few weeks ago before being approached by Tottenham, Eriksen remarked how he would like a move to the club, saying:

“Tottenham are a great club.

“I know from Vertonghen that it is a good club, which is interesting. But there has not been any contact.

“I do not know if I am going to leave Ajax. We’ll find out in two weeks. There are to my knowledge no negotiations right now either with a new club or Ajax. If there is a good approach (from another club), I see as an opportunity to try something new, but if nothing comes, I do not mind staying.”

According to reports in the Spanish media today, Tottenham Hotspur will finalize the deal to sell Gareth Bale to Real Madrid after a deal for Eriksen is done.


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