Christian Eriksen next club betting as contract stand off continues

Tottenham play maker Christian Eriksen has just over 12 months left on his current contract, and focus will turn to his next club betting if the situation isn't resolved over the summer.

At the moment, Betvictor are offering 2/1 that Eriksen's next club at the start of next season will be a Spanish one. They also quote Chelsea at 4/1, Manchester United at 4/1, Liverpool 12/1, and any French club are also 12/1 (yes, PSG).

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Eriksen Has Just 12 Months Left On His Contract

The decision Christian Eriksen makes will probably be the biggest of his career. Does he stay put, or does he find a new club?

He does currently hold all the aces. With just 12 months left on his contract at the end of this season, Spurs know they will have no option but to sell him if he doesn't sign a new deal.

Meaning he either gets his move, or the London club give him a massive wage rise.

The Dane has been a pivotal part of Tottenham Hotspur's success over the past few years. Losing him would be bad news.

While to Daniel Levy, losing him for nothing would be the stuff of nightmares.

Under a decent length contract, and at a club that doesn't need to sell, Eriksen would be worth well over £100 Million.

With just 12 months left on his contract though, that price diminishes. Already, Spurs are looking at having to sell Eriksen at below market value. After the summer transfer window, that value diminishes even further.

Hard Bargainer Levy, Will Look After Spurs' Interest

Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy will want to maximise any return on one of his most prized assets.

So it's highly unlikely he will let Eriksen start the new season at Spurs, without having signed a new contract.

Eriksen would be free to sign a pre contract agreement with a European club (from the start of January 2020) ahead of the winter transfer window.

With the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona interested, that would represent too much of a risk for Levy to consider.

He wouldn't want a similar situation happening at Spurs, to the one Arsenal have found themselves in with Aaron Ramsey. If the current impasse continues, it's hard to see Eriksen still at the club next season.

Daniel Levy Hard Bargainer
Chairman Daniel Levy will no doubt be fighting for Spurs' interests

Could A Champions League Win Persuade Eriksen To Stay?

A win in the Champions League, and a top 4 finish in this season's Premier League would surely help Tottenham's cause.

If Eriksen is in two minds, Champions League football next season might persuade him.

That said, Champions League football would be considered a given to Eriksen, not a bonus.

A Champions League winners medal could change everything. If that where to happen, it would propel Spurs into the big time.

It would also increase the possibility of Spurs breaking the bank and paying their top stars the sort of wages they would expect at the likes of the two Manchester clubs, PSG, and the two Spanish giants.

Has The Time Come For Eriksen To Move On

There is also the possibility that Eriksen simply wants to move on. It looks like he can choose his club, and he might like the thought of playing for Madrid or Barcelona.

He is 27 now, and entering what should be the best years of his career. He might be of the opinion that now is the time to move on, and no matter what Spurs do, it won't persuade him to stay.

The next few months look set to be worrying for the Spurs faithful.

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