Juventus and Tottenham are determined to make the exchange of two notable superstars Paulo Dybala and Christian Eriksen early next year and this is like a knife to the pain that MU has suffered over the past time.
The Danish star’s contract with Tottenham will expire in June next year but he has yet to renew his future with the North London team. With his characteristic, coach Mauricio Pochettino’s army will definitely not suffer Eriksen’s white eye on a free transfer and can let him leave in January 2019 – when the winter transfer window opens.
After not being able to join MU or Real Madrid last summer, the destination of the 27-year-old Tottenham midfielder will probably be Juventus to be the effective assistant to Cristiano Ronaldo in the defending Serie A champion.
According to Tuttosport, the new coach Maurizio Sarri has targeted Eriksen in the January transfer window next year and is asking Spurs to exchange for Paulo Dybala when cottage Messi is also unhappy in Turin due to frequent bench.
Tottenham and PSG and MU have both pursued Dybala last summer, but all three teams eventually had to reject the deal because they could not meet the skyrocketing demand of £350,000/week and copyright claims. image from the 25-year-old Argentine striker.
But with Tottenham ready to release Eriksen in the winter transfer window until the Danish player once confided to find a new challenge, they are likely to get Dybala in the opposite direction. At that time, the most painful was probably MU when they had to witness Dybala – the deal I had missed despite being very close in the last summer had the opportunity to confront me in the second leg of the Premier League this season. As for Juve, in addition to Eriksen, he is also eyeing center-back Toby Alderweireld (also of Tottenham) and MU star duo David De Gea and Nemanja Matic.