Manchester United can reportedly sign wantaway Tottenham star Christian Eriksen for a bargain £17million in January.
United, Inter Milan and Real Madrid are all said to be interested in the Denmark international who has been linked with a move away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium since the summer.
Eriksen, 27, has entered the final six months of his Spurs contract and can be approached by non-English clubs under the Bosman ruling. It would see him leave for nothing, agreeing a pre-contract, but Spurs will look to avoid that.
Indeed, chairman Daniel Levy is known for his tight stronghold of the Tottenham finances and will be desperate not to let Eriksen leave for nothing.
It had previously been believed that he would listen to offers of around £40million for Eriksen, but it is now understood that Levy will almost immediately accept any bids of around £17million, according to Calciomercato – which will place Manchester United, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and perhaps even more of Europe’s heavyweights on red alert.