Tottenham target scores stunner

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Tottenham target Christian Eriksen provided a timely reminder before the transfer deadline of the talent he possesses, with the Denmark international scoring a wonderful goal for Ajax on Sunday.

Eriksen is regarded as one of the finest young talents in Europe and, thus, has frequently been mentioned as a target for a number of prominent clubs in the Premier League.

The 21-year-old has admitted he would be interested in moving to Tottenham in the coming weeks, where he would link-up with former teammate Jan Vertonghen, and says his future is still yet to be decided.

Spurs fans will surely be hoping Andre Villas-Boas will be able to secure a deal for the playmaker, and Eriksen provided his prospective new club with a glimpse of what he is capable of at the weekend.

Eriksen found the net with a sumptuous free-kick against AZ, although Ajax slumped to a 3-2 defeat as the defence of their Eredivisie title suffered an early blow.

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