According to FCInterNews, Daniel Levy does not want Christian Eriksen back at Tottenham under any circumstances.
Eriksen not wanted
The £45m-valued Denmark international (Transfermarkt), of course, made the move to Internazionale in January, bringing an end to a six-and-a-half-year spell in North London.
Despite being called “decisive” by Stefan de Vrij, things have not gone well for the midfielder in Italy – he has just four goals in 33 games and has played just 302 minutes so far this campaign. There have been suggestions he could depart, but it seems that Levy does not want to re-sign him. Apparently, Eriksen wanted to run down his contract at Tottenham and leave on a free transfer – something that did not go down well at all.
No need for Mourinho
Eriksen may have been a marvellous player during his time with Spurs – he scored 69 times and provided 89 assists in 305 games for the Lilywhites – but Tottenham have moved on from him now. As it stands, Jose Mourinho’s side lies second in the Premier League table, just one point behind league leaders Leicester.
Would you like to resign Eriksen?
Only Chelsea have scored more than Spurs’ 19 goals this term in the league – they are hardly calling out for any attacking improvements. Eriksen may be one of the best Tottenham players of the century, but there would be no use in taking him back.
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