Spurs enquired about the possibility of bringing back Eriksen

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According to Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham Hotspur enquired about the possibility of bringing back Christian Eriksen to North London two weeks ago.

Source: Sportslens
 

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Is this “journalism”? Or is it just putting lots of words in a bag, shaking it, and then scatter same words out on a piece of paper to see what happens?
 

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Why would he want to - I thought he had more chance of winning things there? :cautious:
 

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Luke 15/7 the parable of the prodigal Son.

''Just so, I tell you, there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who need no repentance.''

Now that he has realised that the green grass on the other side is just mildew he might want to return.
Like the boy

What am I saying? File under 'Total Bollocks'
 

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I love how 96% of all articles are always written off. It's like to some, there is no such thing as a wildly sounding article actually being true.
 

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I would take him back but only if he wants to return.
As was made clear in the Amazon documentary, Eriksen's attitude became very unsettling to other team members last Autumn, just when they all needed to pull together. (Toby and Jan, even though they had insisted on keeping their options open, were much less trouble.) On this basis alone, he and his agent have now burned all their bridges back to the club.
 

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As was made clear in the Amazon documentary, Eriksen's attitude became very unsettling to other team members last Autumn, just when they all needed to pull together. (Toby and Jan, even though they had insisted on keeping their options open, were much less trouble.) On this basis alone, he and his agent have now burned all their bridges back to the club.
Did the doc say this?
 

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Did the doc say this?
Yes. There was a specific comment about how, when they wanted a lift at at the start of the season, the squad was looking to its senior players for solidarity, and they weren't getting it from CE. (Of course, THFC may have had their own reasons for exaggerated the impact that this had.)
 

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I'm basing it more on Inter's money, which sooner or later is going to buy them a title.
They're owned by Suning, who are involved in the PL issues and allegedly withdrawing lots of investments.
 
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