Tottenham have reportedly not completely given up hope on the future of Christian Eriksen.
According to the Daily Mail, Spurs remain hopeful that they can convince him to stay in North London and are prepared to offer him a £230,000-a-week contract.
It is understood that Mauricio Pochettino’s team are eyeing Real Madrid playmaker Isco for January in case they lose “wantaway” star Eriksen.
The report explains that Spurs may have to cash in on the 27-year-old in January for a cut-price due to the fact his contract expires at the end of the season, but it seems there is still hope he could complete a U-turn to stay.
Eriksen hasn’t looked like a player that wants to be at Spurs so far this season and it may be best for him to be moved on in the summer.
He’s managed just one goal and one assist in his 11 games across all competitions so far this campaign and looks miles off the standards he’s set in the past.
With his contract near to an end, offloading him in January makes sense and they could still make some decent cash for him.
Giovani Lo Celso is a ready made replacement to step into his shoes and Spurs fans haven’t seen the best of him yet since he arrived in the summer.