Pundit and ex-footballer Danny Mills has added to the claims that Mauricio Pochettino is likely to lose the services of his chief playmaker this summer.
Daniel Levy has done well to ensure that the club will be playing next season without the worries over when the new stadium will be opened.
However, there are other issues that the fans may be concerned about this summer and that involves the future of key players.
Christian Eriksen has already hinted that he might choose to try out ‘something new’ (BBC Sport), further fueling worries over whether he will actually leave the club he joined from Ajax in 2013.
The 27-year-old’s admission that he could leave north London was a strong statement of intent and according to pundit Danny Mills, it is now clear that he has reached some sort of agreement with suitors Real Madrid, due to how open the midfielder has been about his wish to leave.
“He’s already agreed terms with Real Madrid, that’s how it appears to me,” Mills told Football Insider.
“Players only tend to go public with their intention to leave when there is an offer or two on the table.
“Christian Eriksen will know who is knocking on the door, and he will certainly know who are the clubs that are interested. He has specifically named Real Madrid, which suggests he has an agreement with the club, but a fee needs to be agreed.
“That will not be easy, as Daniel Levy will want top dollar for a player who has had a successful season and whose stock is incredibly high at the moment.”