Eriksen postponed negotiations on his future until summer

Reuters/Matthew Childs

Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen’s agent said that his client had decided to postpone negotiations on a new contract until the summer.

As it is known, the Denmark national team player’s current contract expires at the end of the next season. Spurs haven’t yet succeeded to incline Eriksen to sign the new deal.

This continuing uncertainty contributes to different rumors. The media is already discussing a few of Europe’s largest clubs interest in Christian, including Real Madrid.

Apparently, Tottenham will have to come to terms with these speculations in the coming months, because Eriksen isn’t ready to be distracted by negotiations about his future at the moment.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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