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Tottenham should have sold Eriksen in the summer

SoccerNews.com Wednesday, 15 January 2020 ()
According to Sky Sports, Tottenham are in talks with Italian giants Inter Milan for the sale of Denmark international Christian Eriksen. The Sky reports suggest that the two clubs are still quite far apart when it comes to agreeing on a transfer fee. However, with Eriksen unsettled, the pair are expected to find middle ground […]

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News video: If Eriksen leaves he does so 'with his head up', Mourinho says

If Eriksen leaves he does so 'with his head up', Mourinho says 00:33

Jose Mourinho has told Christian Eriksen to leave Tottenham with his head held high amid reports of an imminent exit to Inter Milan. The Denmark international’s Spurs career is definitely coming to an end, it is just a case of whether it will be this month or in the summer. Mourinho said: "If his...

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