Paper round-up: Spurs reportedly set asking price for Eriksen

Tottenham have placed a £130m price tag on Christian Eriksen, according to the Daily Mail.

There continues to be much speculation over the future of the Danish midfielder, whose Spurs contract expires next year.

He has been strongly linked with a number of clubs, particularly Real Madrid, and has been tipped to move on this summer.

The Daily Mirror say Real and Inter Milan are monitoring the situation and that Spurs face a dilemma over whether to sell him.

The Times, on the other hand, say Real have cooled their interest in Eriksen and have prioritised signing Chelsea star Eden Hazard and Manchester United’s Paul Pogba.

The Sun say Real will offer Hazard £400,000 a week after tax to join them and that Chelsea are willing to let him go for around £100m.

Meanwhile, Wolves are keen to sign Tammy Abraham on loan from Chelsea next season, according to the Daily Mirror.

West Ham are interested in AC Milan and Turkey winger Hakan Calhanoglu, the Daily Star say.

And Arsenal are interested in a potential £18m deal to sign former Stoke and Blackburn midfielder Steven N’Zonzi from Roma, the Mirror claim.

N’Zonzi, who has previously been linked with the Gunners, is again being tipped to return to the Premier League.




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