Tottenham Hotspur have set their asking price for midfielder Christian Eriksen, who is a transfer target for Real Madrid, according to The Express.
The Denmark international’s contract at Spurs expires in the summer of 2020, and rather than lose one of their most prized assets on a free-transfer, chairman Daniel Levy could be tempted to cash in, allowing Eriksen to move to the Spanish capital.
Levy is said to have set a whopping £200m price-tag on Eriksen in an attempt to warn off potential suitors, as Zinedine Zidane’s Real look to beat rivals FC Barcelona to his signature.
The 27-year-old has been in North London since August 2013 following an £11.5m arrival from Ajax, and this season, Eriksen has scored nine goals in 41 appearances for his club.
Pochettino hopes that Eriksen will remain a Spurs player.
He said in January: “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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