Gifted Premier League star sent clear message about possibly joining Man United
Christian Eriksen has been advised to avoid the pressures that come with being a Man United player to have an easy life.
Eriksen signed for the Bees in January and proved his fitness as well as his quality with one goal and four assists for the club which helped keep them in the Premier League last season
But The midfielder, 30, is available on a free transfer with his Brentford contract expired-and even though they have offered the star a contract to stay – he wants to make a bigger move
And now Man United are looking to take advantage of his contract situation by giving the Danish international a deal, reports have claimed – as Erik Ten Hag is a massive fan of the creative midfielder.
However – Eriksen has been told to snub a move to Man United – The tip came from Glen Johnson who told GGrecon: “There are different questions. I think it’s all about Eriksen, how he feels, what he wants to do in life now.
“He just needs to be happy. Does he need the pressure of Manchester United? I’m not so sure.
“Let’s just say Eriksen’s 100% fit and well: I think he would go to Manchester United because he’d have the energy to put up with the pressure.
“It’s a fantastic football club and you’re going to play with some world class players. As long as he’s strong enough to do it, then I think he’d pick that. The only question is is where his head’s at and what he wants out of it.”
“In terms of being a player, he’s one of the best midfielders the Premier League has ever seen.
“But if any of us had been through what he has been through, if that’s me then I’m thinking ‘sod it, I’m just going to enjoy the rest of my life and chill out.’”
Eriksen is a brilliant midfielder that would add some more creative quality to that Man United midfield – it really would be a very good move for the player to make should he decide to join the Red Devils
Lets see if he listens to Johnson
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