- Christian Eriksen is not interested in making a move to Manchester United in January
- The midfielder wants the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus to come for him when his contract expires
- His contract with Tottenham will expire at the end of the ongoing season
Tottenham attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen is reportedly ready to snub a January transfer move to Premier League side Manchester United.
Eriksen's current contract at Tottenham will expire in June 2020 and he has been linked with a move to Old Trafford when January transfer window opens.
According to the report by Daily Star, Christian Eriksen prefers to wait till his contract expires than moving to Manchester United, because he does not want to work with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
This will now be the second time that Christian Eriksen will be snubbing a move to Manchester United as he also did before the start of the 2019/20 Premier League season.
The report added that the Denmark international is waiting for the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus to come for him after the expiration of his contract at Spurs.
"If I was Jan or Christian I would stay because they are here for such a long time.
“They are living the life of the club for the last five or six years, the transition from White Hart Lane to the best stadium in the world,'' Jose Mourinho stated recently.
So far in all competitions this season, Christian Eriksen has played 19 games scoring two goals and also creating three assists for Tottenham.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Tottenham Hotspur new boss Jose Mourinho suffered a major set back after his priority target for the winter transfer window Alexander Nubel reportedly agrees to join Bayern Munich.
The 23-year-old German goalkeeper has been lined up by the Portuguese born tactician as a quality replacement for Hugo Lloris next month.
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