Christian Eriksen’s loyalty has been questioned

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Following the move of Christian Eriksen to Manchester United his loyalty to Brentford has been questioned.

New Manchester United Midfielder Christian Eriksen’s loyalty has been questioned following his move to Old Trafford.

The Denmark international penned down three years contract with the Old Trafford side and his set to join them on tour.

Eriksen moved to the Premier League in 2013 from Dutch side Ajax to Tottenham Hotspurs in a deal worth around 11 million pounds.

In 2020 Eriksen moved from the London club to Italy after he joined Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan that won the Serie A penning down four and half deal.

While on international duty in 2021 for Denmark in the Euro 2020 Eriksen collapsed while playing against Finland.

It was confirmed that the Denmark international had a cardiac arrest and was fitted with the implantable cardioverter-defibrillator device.

On 29 October 2021 it was announced that the Danish will not be able to play in the Serie A due to the implant of the cardioverter-defibrillator.

On 31 of January 2022 Eriksen signed for Premier League club Brentford as he was offered a 6-month contract by the Bees.

The Danish went on to impress in the Premier League despite his health issues and scoring his first goal against Chelsea to help the side claim a 4-1 comeback in the Premier League.

Eriksen became a free agent in this summer after the 6-month he was given at the club expired but the Bees wanted him to sign more with former side Tottenham Hotspurs also looking to bring back the player back to the club.

Manchester United signed Eriksen following his incredible spell in the Premier League as Erik Ten Hag seek to rebuild a strong team at the Old Trafford.

Following the criticism of the 30-year-old for nit signing with Brentford who gave him a chance to revive his career Jason Cundy believed the player made the right decision.

Cundy said: “He owes them nothing.

“I heard Simon Jordan banging on about this, he owes them nothing.

“They paid for his service, he delivered, his contract is up and he can do what he wants.”

Cundy added: “Why didn’t they give him an 18-month contract? There you go.

“They were tentative, they were a little bit wary and thinking that they didn’t know what they were going to get.

“If he didn’t deliver and he had a stinker, or he was injured for the whole time, do you think they’d want him back? You’ve got to look after yourself in this world.”

The player will join up with his fellow Manchester United player in Australia for the preseason tour.



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