According to the London Evening Standard, there is still a contract offer of ‘over £150,000 a week’ on the table from Tottenham Hotspur for Christian Eriksen.
Eriksen will see his current deal with Spurs expire at the end of the 2019-20 campaign.
The 27-year-old scored 10 times and registered 17 assists in 51 appearances for Mauricio Pochettino’s side during the 2018-19 season.
Tottenham are in a tough position when it comes to the Denmark international, however, as his deal now has less than 12 months to run.
But the London Evening Standard have suggested that the club are hoping he can extend that deal, although Eriksen is yet to accept the reported offer lying on the table.
The Spurs fans have been on social media offering their views on the situation as the ongoing saga continues to rumble on.
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And it would be fair to say that there are a lot of mixed options regarding whether the club should attempt to cash in this summer or extend his current deal.
A selection of the Twitter reaction to the latest report can be seen below:
Let him go – he wants out – no one bigger than the club #THFC
— MBTrading (@MBdaytrading) July 5, 2019
No thank you, I would take as little as £40 million for him now instead of him potentially staying for 6 more months, not being fully committed and signing a pre-contract agreement with Juve in January !#Spurs #TransferTalk
— DJ (@DJFOOTY) July 5, 2019
Good. Hope he signs. Not easily replaced. People need to chill and see the bigger picture.
— Keiran Pedley (@keiranpedley) July 5, 2019
Nah. He wanted out, so out he goes.
— Jamie Robinson (@jamierobinson73) July 5, 2019
— Mission ImPOCHible (@BenHotspur) July 5, 2019
Leave already you don’t deserve us.
— SNAKEY (@MAR_ON_) July 5, 2019
No, I’d rather we sell him and get Lo Celso. Lo Celso has potential to be just as good or better than Eriksen
— Terry (@Terryd30926888) July 5, 2019
He’s world class and been consistently brilliant for us. Anyone who wants him to leave is clueless. I hope he stays
— Ian abbott (@Ianabbo79191423) July 5, 2019