Christian Eriksen is eyeing a potential move to Manchester United this summer after his hopes of a switch to Real Madrid were dashed, according to a report in England.
Christian Eriksen’s chances of moving to the Spanish capital appear to be over after Real Madrid signed Chelsea FC forward Eden Hazard.
Eriksen was so confident that a move would occur that the Denmark international even packed up his belongings at his house before the Champions League final.
Real Madrid’s efforts to sign Paul Pogba after Hazard’s arrival have all but extinguished Eriksen’s hopes of completing a big-money move to the European giants.
Real Madrid’s snub has opened the door for Manchester United to sign the 27-year-old in the summer.
Manchester United could have competition from Serie A champions Juventus for the Tottenham playmaker.
A deal for Eriksen won’t be cheap as Daniel Levy is looking to secure a transfer fee around £100m.
Manchester United are looking to sign some top talent this summer to overhaul their squad under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ahead of the new season.