Date: 28th April 2019 at 9:33am
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Naturally, a key part of the rebuilding job that will be started at Old Trafford, this summer, relates to who the club can persuade to join them.

If Manchester United are not able to offer Champions League football, next season, then the lure of playing for our great club might be somewhat diminished.

Yesterday, as we scoured the various news pages available to us, the name of a familiar transfer target once again generated column inches in the mainstream media.

It would appear, according to the news vehicle, the Standard, Manchester United remain keen to lure the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder, Christian Eriksen, to the club.

Eriksen, according to our source, is only paid £70,000 a week by the North London club, a pittance when it comes to the salaries a player of his standard normally earns in the Premier League.

Although Tottenham have offered the Danish international a new contract that would double his salary, the 27-year-old has yet to put pen-to-paper.

However, as you’d expect, if Eriksen does become available there will be other clubs interested with our quoted source inferring our main rival for his signature could be real Madrid, hence the necessity to be able to offer the player Champions League football.

But, is Eriksen the kind of player you’d welcome to Old Trafford as part of Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s rebuilding plans?

Please feel free to drop your views into the comment facility beneath this article.

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5 Replies to “Speculation Linking Manchester United With A Move For A Tottenham Hotspur Midfielder Gathers Momentum”

  • Just give it up FFS! Every year a Spurs player is linked with a move to the red scum and it never happens! We don’t sell to that lot, ever!

  • Agreed, why would we sell and why would an established player want to go?

    United supporters in the press are living in the past. United need a total rebuild, have got in the wrong manager and are going to lose a number of ‘stars’. Who would risk going to that at the moment and playing on Thursday’s for the next couple of years at least? Not when you are 27 and Real Madrid are sniffing.

    Even staying at Spurs would look more attractive in the summer….even at 100k per week less

  • Shining Ericson will be a meaningful thing to united.
    That will go a long way in rebuilding the team for the club.

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