Tottenham administrator Mauricio Pochettino says he “doesn’t have a clue” if Christian Eriksen has played his last game for the club as theory proceeds about the Dane’s future.
Eriksen has been connected with a transition to Real Madrid before the European exchange window closes on 2 September.
The 27-year-old, whose agreement lapses the following summer, entered the second 50% of Sunday’s 1-0 destruction by Newcastle.
“We are holding on to perceive what occurs,” Pochettino said subsequently.
“It is anything but a simple circumstance. We realize this can agitate the gathering however we know in 10 days it will complete
[when the window closes]
and things will be clear.”
Prods delighted in 80% of ownership against the Magpies yet needed imagination, enrolling just two shots on objective.
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“When you lose, the players who don’t play are the best,” included Pochettino. “With Christian we win and we lose a great deal of games. I acknowledge that the circumstance is this way. On the off chance that we won 3-0 today nobody discusses various names.
“I can’t discover pardons about the exchange window being available to legitimize that presentation or the outcome. We can’t observe the best approach to be strong and to have consistency for various reasons.
“I will be upbeat in 10 days after we play Arsenal [on 1 September] when the exchange window shut in Europe.”
Midfielder Eriksen could leave Tottenham on a free move the following summer in the event that he doesn’t concur another arrangement.
Spikes marked French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon for a club record £53.8m this mid year, just as verifying the administrations of Argentine midfielder Giovani Lo Celso on credit from Real Betis.