Christian Eriksen has spoken up on the issues lingering concerning his future at Tottenham Hotspur following the close of the transfer window.
Eriksen was believed to have greatly been linked to a move away from Tottenham, with Real Madrid and Juventus named among the possible destinations.
The Ajax-product however, has disclosed that he was never linked to moving away from Spurs neither did he ever go to Madrid to look for an apartment, in preparation of a possible deal.
“It is not a problem for me to empty my head [and get away from it]. I don’t read a lot of what is written. I have been doing this for many years now and there have
been a lot of rumours,” Eriksen told Guardian.
“A lot has been written, that I have been to Madrid to look for a house and so on, but it really doesn’t disrupt my life at all. The summer holidays were great. We went to Asia. It is always good to travel to the other side of the world.”
Eriksen is yet to extend his contract with Tottenham, as his current contract only binds him to the club until January.
The Danish also shared that he wished he could decide his future at Spurs, just the ‘Football Manager’ games.
“I wish I could decide myself as you can do in the [computer game] Football Manager, but I can’t do that sadly. I don’t think it was wrong [to say that it was time for a new challenge]. But this is football and you never know what happens in football. A lot of things play a part,” he said.