Real Madrid boss Zidane & Perez at war over transfer targets

Tanya Simon
October 13, 2019

Real Madrid are said to believe they can agree a cut-price fee for Christian Eriksen in January and would prefer to bring him in before his contract at Tottenham Hotspur expires.

The Denmark worldwide has endured a slow start to the season, with Spurs already suffering a series of humiliating defeats domestically and in Europe.

The Denmark worldwide was one of the first names on Los Blancos's agenda in the summer transfer window and multiple reports had claimed that he was set for a move to Spain.

AS further claim that Zidane wants Pogba, but feels that Manchester United are not willing to sell him, while van de Beek does not want to leave Ajax during the season.

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Madrid could still return for Pogba next summer if the Frenchman is still coach but Eriksen, the club's preference, could join him in the Spanish capital, if not arrive before him.

It has been reported that Tottenham are looking for €21 million (£18.32m) to €25m (£21.81m) for the Denmark global attacking midfielder in the January transfer window.

As per Spanish outlet AS, Madrid want to sign Eriksen as they feel that they can not sign Manchester United's Paul Pogba or Ajax's Donny van de Beek in the January transfer window.

The Madrid board are keen on adding guile, speed and flair in the final third, something they believe Eriksen will offer, although it was Zinedine Zidane who was not convinced on signing the Dane over the summer.

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