Tottenham Hotspur: Kaveh Solhekol talks possible move for Christian Eriksen

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Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol has provided some details on Tottenham Hotspur and a potential move for Christian Eriksen on a free transfer.

Reports have recently come through that fellow Premier League side Brentford have offered the Danish midfielder a six-month contract as he looks to get back into football following his cardiac arrest at last summer’s European Championship.

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He is currently without a club after his former side Inter terminated his deal by mutual consent due to the nature of the incident and how rules in Italy now prevent him from playing there.

Spurs boss Antonio Conte has said in the past that “the door is always open” for Eriksen to make a return to north London at some point in the future, but speaking on Sky Sports News’ The Transfer Show, Solhekol wasn’t in a position to either confirm or deny any suggestion about a return to the club.

He said: “I know lots of Spurs supporters as well, and a lot of them are saying they’d love to have him back at Spurs, saying that they have missed him since he left and they haven’t replaced him adequately. I’m not sure about any talks as far as Spurs are concerned.

“But it looks like he does have quite a few options. And of course, because of the medical rules, he’s not able to play in Italy, but it is a possibility that he could play for a Premier League club.”

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Spurs would need to be very careful when it comes to potentially signing Eriksen, not only due to the nature of his condition – which is obviously something that has to be handled with extreme care regardless – but also because of his form as well.

Whilst he was an incredible player when he was at Spurs with 69 goals and 92 assists in 305 games, his form dropped drastically when he moved to Italy, with just eight goals and three assists in 60 appearances.

And when you combine those factors, it just seems like a big risk for Spurs to take, especially if he’s going to be a player that could be the marquee signing for them this window, it has all the signs that this could go down as a big waste of time, money and effort to sign him.

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