Premier League Transfers: Spurs and Manchester United want Eriksen, Tammy Abraham hints at a potential return

Christian Eriksen and Ivan Toney of Brentford against Chelsea
Christian Eriksen and Ivan Toney of Brentford against Chelsea

Spurs and Man Utd keen on Eriksen 

Christian Eriksen returned to the Premier League with a short term deal With Brentford and the Denmark international has been in impressive form for club and country in recent weeks.

According to a report from Daily Mail, the 30-year-old midfielder is a target for his former club Tottenham Hotspur this summer.

Apparently Manchester United are keeping tabs on the playmaker as well and both Premier League clubs could make a move for the 30-year-old at the end of the season.

Eriksen is certainly capable of playing at a higher level than Brentford and he could prove to be a useful option for both spurs and Manchester United.

The two clubs could certainly use more creativity and goals in the final third and Eriksen would be an inexpensive addition for them.

Tammy Abraham hints at PL return

Meanwhile, former Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has hinted at a possible return to the Premier League.

According to a report from the Mail, the 24-year-old is open to returning to England after making an impressive start to life at Roma.

The striker joined the Italian club for a fee of around £34m back in 2021 and he has been in red hot form for the capital club.

The striker has revealed that he grew up in England and he’s a London boy, so he’s likely to return to the Premier League in the future.

He said: “Of course, I grew up in England and I’m a London boy so maybe one day I will be back in the Premier League to make noise there. But, for me right now, it’s about focusing on Rome. It’s about focusing on doing the best I can and hopefully, I can win these guys a trophy, which they haven’t won in many years.”

Roma are unlikely to sanction a departure for their key striker anytime soon and it remains to be seen how the situation unfolds over the next few months.