Juventus are planning to rival Real Madrid for the signature of Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen, according to The Daily Mail.
The Denmark international’s current contract with Spurs is running down, with his deal set to expire in the summer of 2020 which has alerted some of Europe’s giants.
Chairman Daniel Levy has reportedly slapped a £200m price-tag on Eriksen, who helped Mauricio Pochettino’s North Londoners to the Champions League Quarter-Finals, where they will face Manchester City over two-legs.
Levy could be forced to sell one of his key players, and now Serie A leaders Juventus have joined the list of admirers.
Real Madrid have also expressed an interest in Eriksen, 27, though they now face competition from the Turin club.
Pochettino still remains hopeful that Eriksen will commit his future to Spurs.
Speaking in January, he said: “It’s a negotiation, it will be fantastic if he will commit to the club.
“It would be fantastic if he commits long term but he has every right to do what he wants.
“He is happy here, he is showing his commitment. Then what is going to happen between him and the club is not only in our hands.”
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