Christian Eriksen Says he Has “an idea” of Where he Will be Next Season.

Christian Eriksen Says he Has “an idea” of Where he Will be Next Season.

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21 May 2022
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Christian Eriksen wants to win trophies and admits he already has “an idea” of where he wants to go when his short-term deal expires following Brentford’s first Premier League season.

Eriksen, a Denmark international, returned to football for the first time since suffering a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020 when he joined Brentford on January 31, becoming the Bees’ main creative force in a string of performances that have seen him linked with Manchester United and former club Tottenham.

Brentford meet Leeds on Sunday in the last game of their successful debut season in the Premier League, and Eriksen admits he has yet to decide whether or not to extend his contract with Thomas Frank’s side.’I don’t know what the future holds,’ Eriksen, a two-time Tottenham Player of the Season, told BBC Sport.

‘It will be a choice not only from a sports standpoint. But also from a family standpoint, in terms of where we move.’

‘Winning trophies has always been a dream of mine. I’m constantly competitive; I want to be the greatest version of myself in every manner imaginable, playing at the highest level possible.’

‘They are – they absolutely are,’ Eriksen said when asked if Brentford is ‘in the conversation.’ ‘I haven’t decided where I want to go 100 percent.’ I have an idea, but I have no clue what will happen. Brentford, on the other hand, is unquestionably one of the clubs.’

Eriksen has created the most opportunities of any Brentford player since his arrival, and no player has supplied more than four assists during his stay in west London.

The 30-year-contribution old’s has helped Brentford get away from the Premier League relegation zone and into contention for a top-half finish, giving Frank hope that his colleague will be offered a contract extension.

Eriksen, a former Ajax midfielder, won Serie A with Inter Milan in 2021 and reached the Champions League final with Spurs in 2019, despite being forced to leave the San Siro due to Italian rules regarding the pacemaker-style device he was fitted with after collapsing during Denmark’s game against Finland that summer.

‘In the end, it takes time, and it also alters my viewpoint and how my family reacts if anything like that happens,’ Eriksen added.

‘Just being with my family is more important – not that it wasn’t before, but you suddenly realize, “Oh, this is something I truly care about even more now.”‘

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