Tottenham target has two offers from European clubs

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Tottenham and Liverpool target Christian Eriksen has been the subject of bids from Italy and Germany, reports the Daily Star.

Eriksen has emerged as a top target for Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool with the Ulsterman keen to fire the Anfield outfit in to the Champions League.

The Dane has also thrown fuel on the fire by admitting a move to Tottenham would interest him.

However, both Premier League clubs have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of the player as his attorney Martin Schoots revealed that Ajax has received bids from two European clubs.

"Yes there was a proposal from an Italian club, but I’d prefer not to say which one, and there was a proposal from a German club too," he told TuttoMercatoWeb.

The 21-year-old is entering the last year of his contract at the Amsterdam Arena and Ajax manager Frank de Boer is happy to let him go rather than face losing him on a free next year.

However, Schoots has put those fears to rest by saying Eriksen has no intention of leaving the club empty-handed next summer.

"I want to stress one thing about his contract situation, he will not leave for free," he said.

"He arrived in Holland when he was very young, he is very grateful and happy to stay there.

"There are no negotiations at the moment regarding a renewal but if he remains past this summerthen we will definitely talk about it. I repeat he will not go on a free transfer."


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