Eriksen’s current deal with Brentford expires in the summer but his recent performances have caught the eye of many major Premier League sides and as per many pundits, the Danish international could be playing for a bigger side in the 22/23 season.
Spurs are not the only club who have shown an interest in Christian Eriksen since other Premier League teams such as Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Newcastle United and even West Ham United have been linked with the playmaker.
Some of these interested sides are ready to offer him a significant pay rise in the hopes that high salaries will be good enough to lure him in.
Can Spurs leapfrog over the other suitors to sign Christian Eriksen?
Up until now, all the interested clubs were keeping tabs on the player’s performances but this is perhaps the first time that a piece of news has come out where the player’s interest has been talked about.
Brentford's record when Christian Eriksen starts:
Clean sheets: 2
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If Eriksen is indeed keen to rejoin the North London side then we don’t see any other side can effectively convince him to move elsewhere.
The Danish international spent seven long years with Spurs so he obviously knows the club very well and he also has a very good rapport with manager Antonio Conte.
The pair have worked closely at Inter Milan and after an initial hiccup, Christian Eriksen had turned into one of the key players for the Italian manager.
Can Eriksen bring back his peak form next season?
The playmaker has seen his career graph dip after the unfortunate cardiac arrest in the UEFA Euro 2020 but his recent performances for Brentford is a clear indication that he still has a lot of fight left in him.
He’s become an influential player for the Bees in the previous few months and if he can keep this same level intact then he will hugely benefit whichever side he ends up joining next season.
Spurs and West Ham United are logically the favourites to land Christian Eriksen during the summer but if the Lilywhites can secure a Champions League spot, they will get an added boost in this transfer race.
Having said this though, since the 30-year-old is restarting from scratch we don’t think he will have too many demands.