Tottenham Hotspur attacker Christian Eriksen is reportedly eyeing a potential move to either Manchester United or Juventus after knowing that Real Madrid have ended their interest in his services.
The Dane was heavily touted to join the Spanish giants after the Champions League but his hopes have somewhat diminished with Los Blancos opting to land Eden Hazard from Chelsea instead.
According to The Mirror, Eriksen still remains keen on pursuing a fresh challenge this summer and United have been earmarked as one of the preferable destinations.
Still, it is suggested that Spurs won’t allow him to leave for a reduced fee and they are prepared to demand as much as £100m to sanction his sale during the summer transfer window.
At the moment, Eriksen has shown no intent of penning a new deal with the north London giants and that potentially means that he could leave on a Bosman at the end of the 2019/2020 campaign.
As such, the club may be forced to sanction his sale during the summer to get the best transfer value and it remains to be seen whether they will reduce their price tag to attract potential suitors.