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newsfootball15 days ago

Up to manager who he’s going to put down to play in which games, claims Christian Eriksen

Manchester United star Christian Eriksen believes that the Red Devils and Erik ten Hag have more than enough midfield options to switch and change the team around for each game. The Dane also added that the five substitutes rule will ensure that their entire squad will have a part to play.
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newsfootball21 days ago

Christian Eriksen has changed the way that Manchester United play, implies Paul Scholes

Manchester United legend and pundit Paul Scholes believes that Christian Eriksen’s presence in the team had transformed the way the Red Devils play which has helped them turn things around. The Danish international arrived over the summer on a free transfer and has started every league game so far.
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newsfootballa month ago

WATCH | Manchester United fail to convert once in four attempts inside 30 seconds against Southampton

With Gameweek 4 off and running, Southampton host Manchester United in the opening game of the weekend and less than twenty minutes in, things have already been rather exciting. However, while there have been no clear-cut chances for either side, that changed in an instant for United.
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newsfootball2 months ago

Christian Eriksen signs for Manchester United on free-transfer with contract until 2025

In a statement, Manchester United have confirmed that they have signed Christian Eriksen on a free-transfer with the Danish midfielder signing a contract until 2025. The 30-year-old spent the second half of the 2021/22 season at Brentford on a six month contract and thrived for the club.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Christian Eriksen’s love for football makes him great fit for Manchester United, reveals Anders Lindegaard

Former Manchester United goalkeeper and Danish counterpart Anders Lindegaard has asserted that Christian Eriksen will prove to be a good fit for Manchester United due to his commitment to football rather than other variable factors. The midfielder has agreed to join United on a three-year deal.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Reports | Christian Eriksen verbally agrees to three year contract with Manchester United

According to the Athletic, Christian Eriksen has verbally agreed to sign a three year contract with Manchester United this summer. The 30-year-old midfielder spent the last six months at Brentford and thrived for the London side, contributing to five goals in eleven Premier League appearances.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Its been a tough year but nice to be playing football again, reveals Christian Eriksen

Christian Eriksen has admitted that it feels go back to being his old self and playing football again after suffering a cardiac arrest last year while expressing his delight at making a comeback into international football again. Eriksen is the center of transfer speculation this summer.
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featurefootball4 months ago

Sportscafe’s 2021/22 Premier League season’s end of season awards

A proper nine-month season and it’s all over but like always it’s been one hell of a ride because that’s the Barclays for you. It was filled with the meh, the insane, a whole lotta chaos, the absolutely incredulous, a few billion goals and, so without further ado here’s the end of season awards.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Don’t know what future holds but as I haven’t 100% made up my mind, reveals Christian Eriksen

Amidst questions about his future, Christian Eriksen has admitted that he doesn’t know where he will go but confessed that he does have an idea and that Brentford are in the mix. The Danish midfielder signed a six-month contract with the Bees in January and has impressed in his short spell.
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newsfootball6 months ago

Its clear we would like to continue with Christian Eriksen, admits Thomas Frank

Brentford manager Thomas Frank has admitted that the Premier League club would like to keep Christian Eriksen beyond the current season and indicated that the Danish international is enjoying his football at the club. The Bees signed Eriksen on a free transfer in the January transfer window.
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