PSG Line Up Shock £100m Bid For Tottenham Hotspur Superstar

PSG Line Up Shock £100m Bid For Tottenham Hotspur Superstar

PSG Line Up Shock £100m Bid For Tottenham Hotspur Superstar

However, that might not be the case anymore as Paris Saint Germain are lining up a £100m bid for the Denmark global. according to a report from the Express.

Tottenham were the only club not to sign a new player in the summer transfer window - the first time this has happened since the summer window was introduced in 2003.

The 26-year-old Dane has still not signed the new contract Tottenham have offered him this summer, with talks ongoing - and that has alerted Europe's top clubs.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino very well knows what it could mean to lose his star player who scored 14 goals and assisted 10 last season. On the other hand, Spurs losing one of the most influential stars would be a significant loss for them especially in the Premier League and for their European adventures and it could lead to distant stars leaving next season.

What else has been in the news is the fact that Thomas Tuchel is looking to get off Julian Draxler and Angel Di Maria to assure that he has the required sum for the bid.

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Despite all that, Spurs will be looking to hold tightly onto the star irrespective of the bid that is coming.

PSG have always been keen on Eriksen, a key player for Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino, and made known their interest before the World Cup.

The Los Blancos are still reeling from the loss of Cristiano Ronaldo and with Luka Modric linked with a potential move away, to the Serie A as well, Real Madrid needs a replacement.

Schalke had also discussed the prospect of signing Rose, but with only £6.24m to spend and no interest in loans, they do not have the funds to land the £50m-rated defender - as reported by Sky Sports.

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