Manchester United have entered the race to sign Christian Eriksen, the UK Mirror reports.
New United manager, Erik ten Hag, is in the market for midfield reinforcements and could bring in six new signings this summer.
Eriksen has now emerged as an option for the Red Devils after his brilliant cameo with Brentford in January.
The 30-year-old seems to be back to his best after suffering a cardiac arrest playing for Denmark at the Euros last year and being released by Inter Milan when he had to be fitted with an implantable cardiovascular defibrillator.
Ten Hag got a close-up view of Eriksen’s bid to rescue his career when he allowed the playmaker to train with his Ajax squad to build up his fitness before joining Brentford.
Ten Hag was hugely impressed by Eriksen’s desire and his performances under Thomas Frank in the Premier League, have strengthened his belief that Eriksen can help him rebuild at Old Trafford.
Brentford won seven of the 10 Premier League fixtures he started.
The Bees have offered to make him the club’s highest-paid player to stay. But now United have joined Tottenham and Everton in the fight to sign him.
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