West Ham United table offer to sign Christian Eriksen
West Ham United have tabled an offer to sign Christian Eriksen this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
The newspaper has reported in their print edition [21 June, pg. 66] that the Irons have made their official push alongside many other clubs for the Danish free agent.
Manchester United, Everton, Leicester, Brentford and Ajax have all made their bids after his spell in the Premier League in the second half of the 2021-22 season with the Bees.
Simon Jones shared the major update in his daily Window Watch: “Tottenham have stepped back from their bid for Christian Eriksen.
“The Dane has offers from Manchester United, Everton, Leicester, Brentford, West Ham and Ajax.”
Bring it on.
West Ham United have gone into transfer overdrive, and this is something we can really get behind.
It has been made clear that with the World Cup later this year, Premier League clubs are looking to get their business done as early as possible now.
That will allow players to have a full pre-season with their new teams, start the season flying, and not wait until January where their values may skyrocket after going to Qatar.
Eriksen will have that competition in mind, and with European football also on offer at the London Stadium, it is no secret that could be a real weapon in this race – with scouts already watching.
Others in the race don’t have that luxury to offer, and with London a potential swaying factor, West Ham and Moyes may stand more of chance than any.
With offers now on the table, it looks as though a decision will be made very soon.