Is Christian Eriksen heading back to Tottenham Hotspur?
After impressing for Brentford following his return from a cardiac arrest, Tottenham are interested in re-signing Christian Eriksen.
Christian Eriksen has been in sparkling form since returning to action with Brentford following his cardiac arrest at Euro 2020.
Inter allowed Eriksen to end his contract after the Denmark international was unable to play in Serie A after having a cardiac device implant fitted, allowing the Bees to sign him on a six-month deal.
Eriksen has since scored for both club and country, and his form has some familiar faces swirling.
With his return to health, and some form, Tottenham want to bring Eriksen back to the club where he made a name for himself in England.
Eriksen departed from Ajax in 2013, and would spend seven seasons with Spurs, scoring 69 goals in 305 appearances, before signing with Antonio Conte's Inter in Serie A.
As luck would have it, Conte is now the man in charge at Tottenham, and The Daily Mail is reporting he would like to bring Eriksen back on a free transfer when his contract expires at the end of this season.
Spurs will have some competition, though, as it is also reported that Manchester United will be seeking the Dane's services.
– The Liverpool Echo is reporting that Jurgen Klopp is "happy" with the fact that Mohamed Salah and "decisive parties" are talking to each other regarding a contract extension at Liverpool.
– If Salah was to leave the club, FourFourTwo is reporting that Liverpool will explore replacing him with Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappé – while according to RMC Sport, a third "mystery team" has entered the race for Mbappe, with Real Madrid also circling.
– Real Madrid will be offering out Eden Hazard on loan for the 2022-23 season, according to AS.
– Union Berlin's Nigerian striker Taiwo Awoniyi will fetch a price of £25million if Newcastle, West Ham or Southampton want to prise him away, per Bild.
– The Daily Mirror is reporting that Newcastle could offer England midfielder Kalvin Phillips a contract worth £120,000 per week to lure him away from Leeds United.