PSG joined Real Madrid in race for Eriksen as he stalls over new contract

first_imgCHRISTIAN ERIKSEN is on PSG’s radar as the French champs prepare to lock horns with Real Madrid.The Spurs midfielder is yet to sign a new deal at the club, with 18 months still to run.3 Tottenham will not want to lose Christian Eriksen – but he is yet to agree a new dealCredit: GettyAs SunSport exclusively revealed, the Spanish giants have earmarked Eriksen as the long-term successor to Luka Modric.They are believed to be plotting a £40m bid for the playmaker.But now, according to the Daily Express, PSG have entered the race.The French club were linked with a move for the 26-year-old in the summer, and while that didn’t happen, they have kept their interest alive.3 Since returning from injury, Eriksen has been named as a sub for four of the last seven gamesCredit: Reuters3 Tottenham star midfielder is reportedly upset at being asked to play out of position this seasonCredit: GettyThe newspaper reports that Eriksen “has also been unhappy at some of the positions he has been asked to play this season by manager Mauricio Pochettino”.He has been unable to command a regular spot in the starting XI since returning from injury, being named as a substitute for four of the last seven games. Real Madrid eye a daring £90million double raid for Marcus Rashford and ­Christian EriksenHe did, however, play in Spurs two Champions League games against PSV Eindhoven.The Dane, 26, has seen Dele Alli get a pay hike to almost £150,000 a week but talks on his new deal have stalled.He has been playing for the North London club since he completed an £11.5m switch from Ajax in 2013.If Spurs’ hands are tied, they could go back in for Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish, or even move for Blackburn star Bradley Dack.SunSport reported last month how Spurs scouts were left impressed with Dack after watching him in action.Dack is only into his second season with Rovers after a £750,000 move from Gillingham last year but his performances have thrust him into the limelight.But in an exclusive interview with SunSport, the classy midfielder insisted he is happy at Ewood Park.last_img

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