Pascal Chimbonda says the Danish midfielder will battle to acquire ordinary playing time at Santiago Bernabeu on the off chance that he leaves north London this late spring
Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen “won’t play in Real Madrid’s first group” in the event that he chooses to join the club during the exchange window, as per Pascal Chimbonda.
The Denmark worldwide dropped a sensation in June by communicating his longing to “take a stab at something new”, following six years of administration for Spurs.
Eriksen has only one year staying on his current contract at the club and at 27-years of age, presently might be the best time for Tottenham to take advantage of a prized resource.
Genuine Madrid has been mooted as his no doubt next goal, as manager Zinedine Zidane proceeds with a noteworthy summer upgrade at Santiago Bernabeu.
The Frenchman has just acquired Eden Hazard, Eder Militao, Ferland Mendy, Luka Jovic and Rodyro, with more signings expected before the beginning of the new season.
Chimbonda, who took in two spells at Tottenham during his playing profession, claims Eriksen “needs” to attempt to push through a transition to Madrid yet additionally cautions he will be in no way, shape or form ensured a spot in Zidane’s beginning XI.
“It’s in Tottenham and Eriksen’s best enthusiasm for him to leave the club this late spring,” Chimbonda told Sportingbet.
“Eriksen won’t play in Real Madrid’s first group, however it’s the value he should pay for trophies. Madrid have such a large number of world class players as Hazard, Modic and Kroos, who will all advance beyond him in the group sheet.
“Madrid is a monstrous club and there is no space for players to have an off day. On the off chance that Eriksen has a plunge in structure, another player will hold up come in and have his spot, which isn’t the situation at Tottenham.
“It’s a monstrous advance for him, however one he needs to take. He has demonstrated he can without any assistance win amusements and I accept he would do likewise at Madrid.”
Goads have purportedly distinguished Real Betis midfielder Giovani Lo Celso as an exchange focus as of late and Chimbonda feels he would be the perfect man to supplant Eriksen on the off chance that he decides to move to the Spanish capital.
“Lo Celso would almost certainly fill [Eriksen’s] shoes,” he included. “He’s an astute player and can open resistances with his passing capacity, which is the thing that Eriksen brought to the group.
“He improved hugely when moving to Betis as he would do well to players around him and I figure it would be the equivalent in the event that he moved to Tottenham.
“Having any semblance of [Harry] Kane, [Heung-min] Son and Lucas [Moura] before him will make him a genuine bunch against any resistance.”