Christian Eriksen could play his final game for Brentford this Saturday, when they face relegation-threatened Leeds United in the season finale. After suffering a heart collapse last year during Euro 2020, the former Tottenham player has relaunched his career in west London and has been outstanding.
Brentford's fortunes have changed dramatically since his arrival, with the team avoiding relegation and even challenging for a top-half finish in the Premier League. His outstanding form has piqued the interest of a number of teams, including his old club Tottenham Hotspur, who are currently led by Antonio Conte, the man who brought him to Italy.
The midfielder has stated that he would like to play in the Champions League once more.
Fellow Dane Frank, on the other hand, is optimistic that Eriksen will change his mind and that he will remain at the club next season.
The Brentford manager said: “I would love to say 100%, but I am convinced there is a good chance he can wear the Brentford shirt [next season].
“I know I am optimistic but I also picked up the phone and said: ‘Hey do you want to come to Brentford?’
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