Tottenham Hotspour want 120 million euros for Erikson



The signing of Danish midfielder Christiano Eriksen is cooling because of his economic conditions. The leaders of Real Madrid have proved once again that
 negotiating with Tottenham is one of the most difficult challenges.

In the contacts maintained so far, the London club has demanded 120 million euros for the Danish international, a figure that Florentino Perez, president of
 Madrid, is not willing to pay in any case. His initial plan is to get a transfer of about 75 million.

Eriksen now threatens to renew if the Real Madrid club does not take his hiring seriously. His problem is that the whites' interest is conditioned on the final
 price. Florentino Pérez does not consider that Eriksen deserves a galactic payment.

The Real Madrid option is that the Danes continue without renewing the contract and that the London club is forced to lower its price. The other alternative would
 be to wait for her to arrive for free next season and benefit from a multi-million dollar contract.


Eriksen's signature could be another summer novel, as well as Croatian Luka Modric and Welshman Gareth Bale, who also came from Tottenham.

The last condition is that Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane does not consider the Danish priority. He prefers his compatriot Paul Pogba, although the hiring of the
 French is even more complicated than the Danish.

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