Tottenham Hotspur fans were in agreement with Lothar Matthäus after he gave his thoughts on Christian Eriksen potentially moving to Bayern Munich.
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“If he is not enough for Tottenham, he is not good enough for Bayern,’ Matthaus told Sport1 (via Daily Mail).
According to Sport1 (via The Mirror), Bayern Munich have made contact with the Denmark international over a potential move in the January transfer window with the player open to the move.
Eriksen spoke of his desire to seek a ‘new challenge’ after the Champions League final defeat to Liverpool back in June.
The Dane has been struggling with Tottenham this season, scoring and assisting just one goal in his 11 appearances this campaign (via Transfermarkt).
Former Spurs man Alan Hutton said he believes Eriksen has had his head turned as a result of speculation over his future (via Football Insider).
After the comments made by the Bayern Munich legend, fans took to Twitter to seemingly agree with Matthäus over the 27-year-old’s suitability for the German champions.
Here is a selection of tweets from the north London faithful:
He’s being shown his level. Zidane said he wasn’t good enough and Bayern are saying the same.
This is what happens when you don’t put in 100%
— Manny (@Mannythfc) October 17, 2019
— THFC1976 (@THFCsince76) October 17, 2019
At the moment or overall? because he definitely is quality wise, but going off current form I could understand what he meant
— George (@Dierbetes27) October 17, 2019
Lets face folks, he is not good enough for Spurs.
— Brian (@brian_ellison) October 17, 2019
— Pete vara (@PeteVarah) October 17, 2019
And the funny bit is he thinks he’s good enough !
I’ve never thought erry was a elite player, he plays ordinary football, football that you have to play anyway. He’s to slow on the ball, he is average.
— Tolga (@TolgaWalsh) October 17, 2019
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