Spurs set club record with seven-goal Tranmere trashing

Hope Soto
January 5, 2019

The Denmark global has just 18 months remaining on his contract and has been linked with several of Europe's biggest clubs.

Eriksen has blossomed into one of the Premier League's most influential players since arriving from Ajax in 2013 and his departure would be seen as a significant setback for Tottenham.

"Who knows? I am not a person who suffers too much in this type of situation because football is dynamic", Pochettino told reporters.

The 45-year-old Norwegian football manager replaced Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, and he has been impressive since he took over winning all his games.

"What is success? Of course we are the first that we want to win a trophy but that doesn't mean that it is going to be a successful thing or put Tottenham in a different level", Pochettino said ahead of the Tranmere game, as quoted by the Evening Standard.

"It would be fantastic if Christian Eriksen committed to the club for a long time".

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"He is happy here, he is showing his commitment".

The midfielder appears to be keeping his options open, but Spurs reportedly want a deal signed before the end of the season.

"If they go and get a result, what do people say then?"

Dembele, who is out of contract in the summer, is wanted by Chinese Super League club Beijing Guoan.

London-based clubs are having problems getting their star players to renew their contracts amid the threat of more appetizing offers from Europe's top sides.

Pochettino's Spurs kick off their FA Cup campaign in the third round against League Two (third-tier) outfit Tranmere Rovers on Friday before facing Chelsea in the first leg of the League Cup semi-final on Tuesday.

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