Brentford manager Thomas Frank has confirmed he wants to keep Christian Eriksen at the club at the end of the season. And believe that there is a serious opportunity.
The Danish playmaker is shining brightly at Brentford football team but his short-term contract is set to expire this summer.
The 30-year-old has scored his first Premier League goal since suffering a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020 in last weekend’s 4-1 thrashing of Chelsea.
His ex-Spurs, Manchester United and Newcastle are UFABET reportedly interested in bringing him away from the west London club.
Although Frank will not update the situation until the end of the season. But he hoped to keep the compatriot.
“I think I will be asked before and after the game until something is decided.” Frank replied when asked about Christian Eriksen future.
“The point is, I don’t think a decision will be made before the end of the season. We are clearly interested in having him stay. I love that.”
“When is it confirmed? That’s when we can say something. I can say we’re talking every week. Or we don’t talk at all every week, but it really has nothing to do with it.”
“I think you all understand that we want to keep him. And it’s up to Christian to find out what he wants to do.”
“I think we have a chance. (to keep him) 100 percent.”