« Levy will extract maximum value » from Madrid or Man United for Eriksen
Former Man United and Tottenham Spurs star Dimitar Berbatov has spoken about the future of Christian Eriksen and his conceivable exit from Spurs in a meeting with Betfair.
Eriksen, 27, has been linked with Real Madrid and Manchester United in recent months and recent reports in the UK claim that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, a famously intense arbitrator, will search for around 150 million euros in return for the Danish midfielder.
Berbatov, who played for Spurs for two seasons between 2006 and 2008 and has first-hand experience of working with Levy, said that Madrid and United can expect hard dealings with the Spurs chairman should they look to sign Eriksen in the summer. In any case, the 38-year-old likewise brought up that the Dane may likewise select to remain at the London club over a move to the Bernabéu or Old Trafford.
“How much might he go for? Who knows? If Real or United come for Eriksen then it is going to start questions in his head and if he does decide to go then we can be sure that Daniel Levy will extract maximum value from the Dane’s sale,” said Berbatov.
“The Spurs chairman is a great businessman who knows exactly how to get the best possible deal. But maybe Eriksen will look around and say ‘I have everything here now, the club is moving in the right direction, why not remain? What’s more, obviously, he may pick remain with the side that has recently won the 2018-19 Champions League! »