Manchester United have been reported to go back into business relations with Daniel Levy for Tottenham attacker Christian Eriksen.
The Manchester club are putting hopes on an ambitious approach for the Denmark international to help them agree on a deal this summer, but reaching an agreement with Daniel Levy has always been a tough one, according to the Standard.
The Red Devils have been in the poorest of form they could manage losing seven games in their last nine matches, which has highlighted the holes in the team. The Red Devils have now made sealing a move for Eriksen, who has been linked with the club since the era of Louis Van Gaal, a top priority this summer.
It has been reported that the Denmark international has delayed talks of extending his contract which is set to expire in 2020, which could make Spurs put the attacker up for sale in the summer transfer window having valued their star at a fee worth £60m.
Manchester United will be battling for the signature of Christian Eriksen against Spanish giant Real Madrid, according to report from Standard. And the Spurs will be more likely to sell to the Spanish club rather than sell to a direct rival.
Manchester United can surely win the race for the Denmark international should they be looking to splash the cash this summer.