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Real Madrid is still paying close attention to Tottenham Hotspurs' star midfielder Christian Eriksen, who they hope to sign before the end of the European summer transfer market. Los Blancos have until September 2 to succeed in their bid for the Danish player.
Last minute change in the Paul Pogba situation. The French midfielder's chances of going to Real Madrid have dropped due to Christian Eriksen's refusal to join Manchester United. The Red Devils are without a quality substitute for the Frenchman so everything seems to indicate that the Frenchman will continue in Manchester.
We round up the front and back pages across Europe as Tuesday sees the transfer rumour mill crank into gear once again.
The Danish midfielder for Tottenham is clear that he will only leave his club if it is for Man Utd or Real Madrid. Both teams are still interested and are negotiating for the player.
Real Madrid look ready to sell Gareth Bale but there are a host of other big-name players who are stuck at clubs they want to leave.
Another step for the one that would be another one of the bombazos of the Atlético de Madrid in the market. According to 'AS', an emissary from Tottenham Hotspur met Miguel Ángel Gil and gave him the price of Christian Eriksen: between 60 and 70 million.
Not happy with the large investment they have made up to now, Atletico Madrid still want to keep adding star players to their squad. Eriksen is a possibility if they cannot get James Rodriguez.
Paul Pogba's exit from Old Trafford remains a mystery. However, despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's desire to hold on to the Frenchman, Manchester United have pinned Christian Eriksen as a replacement.
Reports in England are suggesting a move to Real Madrid is becoming increasingly unlikely for Tottenham's Christian Eriksen. Now, according to 'The Mirror', the Dane is instead switching his attention to potentially joining Manchester United this summer.
Christian Eriksen is one of the names noted down on Real Madrid's wish list. If 'Los Blancos' try and sign him, 'The Sun' reports that Tottenham will ask for Asensio to be included in the deal.