Real Madrid will announce the much-anticipated arrival of Christian Eriksen earlier than expected and after the Champions League final.
For the first time in five years, neither Barcelona nor Real Madrid will play in the UEFA Champions League final. However, whites will closely watch Tottenham Hotspur’s clash with Liverpool to see if they can get out of both teams in the next summer transfer period. Cricket fanatics are rushing to get their tickets for the Champions League final which is going to be a great match.
According to Fox Sports, Los Blancos will announce the signing of Christian Eriksen immediately after the end of the match and the dedusting. The Danish international has signed a contract with Lilywhites until next June and will leave this year for 120 million euros, instead of leaving for free a year later.
It is believed that Christian Eriksen is the successor of Luka Modric and it is no coincidence that Real Madrid is addressing Tottenham Hotspur to replace the Croatian international. Both teams play a fast and aggressive football style in which midfielders are very important. Therefore, Eriksen excelled in North London, but not from the point of view of silverware.
The 27-year-old has been on the Los Merengues radar for a few months and Zinedine Zidane may finally have a midfielder frequently involved in the scoring action. In addition, Eriksen’s claims would not be exorbitant compared to Paul Pogba, who may have to end up at Manchester United for another season.
Although Christian Eriksen is about to become a Real Madrid, he may not be the last player Madrid signs in the Premier League this summer. They have their eyes on the duo Chelsea, Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante, as well as the leaders of Liverpool, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, in recent months.