Christian Eriksen’s agent has revealed that there have been no bids for his client ahead of the January transfer window.

The Ajax man has been heavily linked with a switch to the Premier League, with Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham all rumoured to be interested in his signature.

However, his representative Martin Schoots insists that there is no deal in place for the 20-year-old, leading to speculation that he may well stay in Amsterdam for the rest of the season:

“Christian is on a short holiday and for now everything is quiet.” He is quoted by Sky Sports via BT.

“Nothing is happening for him at the moment.”

A number of top European clubs are also thought to be monitoring the player’s situation, due to a string of impressive displays from the starlet.

Eriksen has become a key part of the Ajax set-up since joining the club as a youth player from Odense.

He has made over 90 appearances for the Amserdam ArenA-based club, winning two league titles in the process.

His displays have also made him a major component in the Danish national team, for whom he has won 30 caps.

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