Christian Eriksen to Tottenham: Spurs ‘will push for late transfer’ on deadline day

And Graeme Souness slammed the Wales international after the match, saying: “I’m looking at him – a world-class player.

“He comes back to the club he professes to love and he looks happy to sit on the bench.

“If he’s not happy with that, and that’s what he was accused of at Real Madrid, be vocal about it and let the Spurs supporters know you’re not happy you’re not getting enough minutes.

“This is a guy who was a genuine world-class footballer – we don’t know if he’s still world-class as we’ve not seen him.

“At 31, this should be his peak years. This should be his best years, coming back to where he’s loved. When the cameras been on him when he’s not coming on, he doesn’t look perturbed at not being the one going on.


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