In a significant squad revamp this January, Manchester United is poised for a flurry of player departures.
The club, invigorated by Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s recent 25% investment, is gearing up for a substantial transfer window.
High-profile players Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho are reportedly on their way out, amid dissatisfaction over their reduced roles in the team.
As manager Erik Ten Hag braces for a hectic transfer period, another name has surfaced as a potential departure.
Journalist Ekrem Konour reports that Christian Eriksen, the 31-year-old Danish midfielder, has caught the attention of several teams in Saudi Arabia’s Pro League.
With a potential £17 million offer on the horizon, United fans are anticipating the club’s approval. Eriksen, whose prime years are considered to be behind him, has struggled to recapture his best form at United.
Since arriving on a free transfer the previous summer, Eriksen has contributed to 15 goals in 59 appearances across all competitions.
With just 18 months remaining on his contract, his future at Manchester United remains uncertain.