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Man United midfielder ‘will leave’ this summer if suitable offer arrives, club gives green light for his departure: report

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Christian Eriksen is all set to depart Man United this summer, assuming a suitable offer comes in for the Dane.

Manchester United’s squad continues to change under Erik ten Hag. The Dutch manager is building a dressing room that is better in line with his style of play. A big summer transfer window is just on the horizon as that overhaul is ongoing.

With money tight, players have to be sold. There’s several names on the chopping block, including Christian Eriksen.

The Dane has only started nine Premier League games this season, completing ninety minutes in just two. After a solid debut campaign, Eriksen has definitely taken a small step back this time around. He’s now a fringe player at best.

Now, Football Transfers have provided the latest information on his future. They have stated that the United midfielder ‘will leave’ this summer, if a suitable offer arrives for the 32-year-old.

After signing from Brentford in 2022, the Old Trafford club have now given a green light for Eriksen’s departure during the upcoming window.

According to the article, Eriksen and Ten Hag have already spoken about the midfielder’s exit, though it will depend on a satisfactory offer arriving.

When you factor in the emergence of Kobbie Mainoo, coupled with the signing of Mason Mount, this always feels likely. You’d assume on-field minutes are only going to trend downwards for Eriksen and if he wants to be starting games, a move away is the only option.

Although it’s not a foregone conclusion Eriksen will leave, as the club seems open to keeping him around if the right offer doesn’t arrive.

I guess it boils down to what sort of interest arrives in the ex-Tottenham Hotspur man.

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