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Christian Eriksen’s most likely transfer as Man Utd, Newcastle, Tottenham and Everton are linked

Check out which teams the Denmark ace could sign for this summer.

It seems like just about every Premier League club are in the running to sign Christian Eriksen.

The Denmark international signed a short-term deal with Brentford in the second half of last season, and was so impressive it appears all the top clubs in England now want to sign him.

The bonus for those potential recruiters is that Eriksen would be a free agent with his contract expiring at the Brentford Community Stadium, meaning he is an even more attractive transfer.

Manchester United have been extensively linked with the midfielder, who left Inter Milan last season following the cardiac arrest he suffered while playing for Denmark at Euro 2020.

The Italian club terminated his contract due to laws in Italy which prevented him playing with the ICD (Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator) that was inserted after his cardiac arrest.

That is partly why staying in England seems likely, while he has also thrived in the league before during a six-and-a-half year stint with Tottenham Hotspur, who are now managed by Antonio Conte, his former boss at Inter.

It’s for that reason Spurs seems like the obvious choice for the 30-year-old, but whether he’ll be able to command the same sort of wages in North London as he would elsewhere is another matter.

Few will offer as substantial a package as United, who sent scouts to watch Eriksen in the week, although one club who certainly can are Newcastle United. The Magpies are being linked with a plethora of new recruits, but Eriksen would really take this team to another level.

The midfielder could also rekindle his partnership with Dele Alli at Everton, while Liverpool and Manchester City may be tempted by a player who would not look amiss in their star-studded squads.

But where is Eriksen most likely to end up? We’ve had a look at the latest betting odds to find out…

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