MANCHESTER UNITED target Christian Eriksen is set to make a decision over his future in the coming hours, according to reports.
Journalist Fabrizio Romano claims the attacking midfielder is set to sit down with his agent and choose his next club.
A meeting is set to take place in the next few hours or days.
Reports suggest many offers are on the table for Eriksen with Brentford still hopeful and Man Utd interested, although Tottenham have moved on to other targets.
The 30-year-old made a wonderful comeback to football after suffering a cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark at Euro 2020.
He signed for Brentford in January on a short-term deal and was instrumental in securing their Premier League survival, scoring one goal and assisting four in 11 matches.
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The Bees would like him to stay but new United boss Erik ten Hag wants him to join his Old Trafford re-build.
Like many of Ten Hag’s targets, Eriksen previously played for Ajax before moving to Spurs and Inter Milan.
Eriksen played over 300 times for Tottenham and there was thought he could return to North London, especially having worked under boss Antonio Conte at Inter.
The pair won the Serie A title together but Spurs have reportedly turned their attention to Roma’s Nicolo Zaniolo.
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United are waiting for Eriksen’s decision. He is supposedly one of six signings the club are hoping to make this summer.
They remain keen on Barcelona’s Frenkie de Jong as well as Ajax duo Antony and Jurrien Timber.
United are yet to make a signing this summer and star man Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly growing frustrated.
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