Christian Eriksen has rejected every contract offer put on the table by Daniel Levy at Tottenham Hotspur as he waits for the call from Real Madrid.
The 27-year-old didn’t want to sign a new deal at Spurs this summer and, despite Mauricio Pochettino calling for a solution, the Dane is still at the club and running down his current contract.
Real Madrid have made contact with Tottenham before over Eriksen, but no official bid has ever been made to bring him to the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
Meanwhile, Eriksen continues to play and impress for Spurs, featuring in all four of their Premier League games this season, scoring once.
Tottenham and Real Madrid first held talks in the summer of 2018 when Levy asked for 120 million euros for the midfielder.
This summer, Tottenham offered Eriksen to Los Blancos, but Zinedine Zidane‘s preference of Paul Pogba meant the transfer didn’t happen.
Now, with under a year left on his Spurs deal, Eriksen is hoping that Real Madrid will come back in for him.
His lawyers are making calls to clubs across Europe, including Real Madrid, with Eriksen free to speak to other clubs in January.
Tottenham are convinced that Eriksen will end up wearing the white of Real Madrid.