On Saturday, Tottenham beat Newcastle 2-1 and Mauricio Pochettino was very brave in his selection. Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Hugo Lloris and a number of his other world cup stars were risked for the game, including Christian Eriksen. Tottenham’s great Dane has been rumoured with a move away from the club and the fans are desperate to see him sign a new deal and stay.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) 15 August 2018
Eriksen has been one of Tottenham’s best players for a number of seasons now since he arrived at White Hart Lane from Ajax back in 2013. The Danish international was one of the only success stories to come out of the seven signings that Andre Villas-Boas brought in with the Gareth Bale money that summer. However, he’s been an amazing success in N17, scoring 56 times and assisting a further 69 times in his 227 games as a Lillywhite so far.
Last season alone saw the midfielder’s flair shine through as he bagged himself an impressive ten goals and 11 assists in the Premier League. Not just anyone can step up and perform the way that Eriksen has been for the last five years and the fans are of the belief that their creative genius needs to be offered a new contract. Harry Kane received a bumper deal before the World Cup and most supporters believe that it’s high time Eriksen was rewarded for his services to the club with a new contract too.
You can read the Spurs fans’ Eriksen verdict here:
Announce new contract
— Pochitivity (@spursy1882) August 15, 2018
yes but has he signed a new contract?
— Mike (@mikee_swe) August 15, 2018
Announce his contract
— Tothelaneandback.com (@Tothelaneandba1) 15 August 2018
— alexander hamilton (@alexand169) August 15, 2018
How’s his new contract?
— Andrew_C (@AndrewBC90) August 15, 2018
Announce his new contract already
— Okan (@okanb) 15 August 2018
Tell me he is staying please
— cedé (@carlosdenial) August 15, 2018
The Lillywhites are desperate to see Christian Eriksen put pen to paper and extend his Tottenham deal and they’ll be unable to sleep at night until either he signs a contract or the European deadline passes.