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Spurs to use Eriksen fee to fund squad rebuilding

Tottenham are prepared to cash in on Christian Eriksen and will use the funds raised to help rebuild their squad.

That is according to The Metro who report that the 26-year old Dane, who is in the final year of his contract, is considering his options amidst interest from the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus.

Whilst Spurs are reluctant to sell him they also realise that he represents a substantial asset, and the money from his sale could buy three or four top quality reinforcements.

Amongst the names thought to be on their potential shopping list are Jack Grealish, the Aston Villa midfielder who was heavily linked with them last summer, and Hull City winger Jarrod Brown, who has notched 19 goals for the Championship side this season.

They are also reportedly interested in acquiring Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrović, as an upgrade to Fernando Llorente in the role of back-up to Harry Kane.

Another man set to leave North London this summer is Toby Alderweireld. Sampdoria’s Joachim Anderson has been identified as a potential replacement.

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