Real Madrid is determined to go all out for Premier League star in the January transfer window, according to report.
The Los Blancos directors are planning to go into a negotiation with Christian Eriksen’s representative in a bid to sign the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder in the winter transfer.
The Dane has been on Real Madrid’s radar since the last summer transfer but Zinedine Zidane's preference over Manchester United Paul Pogba stopped the deal from happening.
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Manchester United is unwilling to let their most expensive signing leave as they are not willing to negotiate for the French midfielder’s departure from Old Trafford.
Eriksen is unwilling to sign a new deal with Spurs and he would leave for free in the winter, he is much available for a cheaper option than Manchester United midfielder.
The report in MARCA has learned, the Premier League side's chairman Daniel Levy has ordered people he trusts to search for an adequate offer to sell the 27-year-old midfielder.
Real Madrid need some reinforcement in the midfield as they are aware that Luka Madrid is in the twilight of his career at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Though Zidane is not a fan of the Dane midfielder but the members of the Real Madrid board insist that the club should not let the opportunity slip away once again.