- Christian Eriksen is left with two options - to remain at Brentford or to sign for Manchester United ahead of next season
- The Danish international’s contract with Brentford lapses at the end of June and he has to make a huge decision
- Ten Hag had worked with the midfielder during his time at Ajax and that could influence Eriksen’s decision to move to Old Trafford
English Premier League clubs Manchester United and Brentford have made huge offers for Christian Eriksen and the Denmark midfielder is now left to choose his team.
It is understood that the 30-year-old is weighing his options even though United’s deal seems more financially lucrative.
He is now left to decide between a move to the Old Trafford, or he remains at Brentford.
Exciting feature: Check out news exactly for YOU ➡️ find "Recommended for you" block and enjoy!
It was gathered that Eriksen worked with new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag when the tactician trained Ajax.
Ten Hag was also said to have helped the player return to football following his horrifying collapse while playing for Denmark at Euro 2020; so there is a possibility of him reuniting with the coach, Mirror reports.
Sources say the midfielder is already settled in London with his family and not considering relocating to the North West.
Sky Sports News reporter Mark McAdam said:
"This is a significant 24 hours in the future of Christian Eriksen. It's a fascinating story as Eriksen is deciding on two options. One is Manchester United, the second is Brentford.
Allan Saint Maximin: Newcastle star could be sold to raise funds with Chelsea, Tottenham possible destinations
"It's strange to think that 10 years ago, United were challenging for Premier League titles while Brentford were in League One preparing for their first game of the season against Bury.
"They're now competing in the same market for the same player. Both offers are fair, respectful and decent.”
PSG get a deadline to offload Neymar
The Ligue 1 champions are desperate to sell off the former Barcelona forward as they have not been impressed with the 30-year-old’s performances in recent years and want his £600,000-a-week contract off their books.
PSG president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi recently claimed the French champions would be moving away from a big-money signings model as they try to rebuild their squad around younger players.