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Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy Quoted as Saying Christian Eriksen is Valued at €225M

Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy Quoted as Saying Christian Eriksen is Valued at €225M

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has valued Christian Eriksen at a whopping €225 million – which would make the midfielder the most expensive player in the history of football.

The 25-year-old has been in sensational form for the North London club over the last 18 months or so and reminded the world of his incredible ability last night by scoring a hat-trick for Denmark – and firing his country to the World Cup.

Eriksen has previously been linked with a move to Barcelona, but if the Catalan giants – or any other footballing superpower – seriously want to prise him away, they’ll have to beat the fee paid by PSG for Neymar last summer.

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According to Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo, tough-talking negotiator Levy has been quoted as saying: “If PSG paid 222 million euros for Neymar, Christian Eriksen costs 225 million euros.”

Personally, we’re really big fans of Eriksen, and there’s no doubting he’s one of world football’s most in-form players at the moment – but is he really worth the price Levy is wanting?

And, surely if he’s valuated that highly, then don’t Spurs have to pay him like a £200 million player?

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