Daniel Levy stands in Real Madrid's way again

José Antonio SanzMARCA

According to ESPN, Zidane could face opposition to the deal from within, however, with Perez said to be considering a move for Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen instead.

The player is aware he is in full control of his future next summer and Tottenham want to avoid that situation at all costs.

The Denmark worldwide has endured a slow start to the season, with Spurs already suffering a series of humiliating defeats domestically and in Europe.

Real can enter talks on January 1 over a summer switch as clubs overseas will not be breaking rules speaking to a player in the final six months of his deal.

Eriksen is keen to move away from Spurs and is excited by Madrid's interest, which would allow him to fight for all the game's biggest trophies.

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As per Spanish outlet AS, Madrid want to sign Eriksen as they feel that they can not sign Manchester United's Paul Pogba or Ajax's Donny van de Beek in the January transfer window.

As MARCA understand, Real Madrid could offer 25 million euros for Eriksen during the January transfer window and we'll have to wait and see if that's enough to force Levy's strong hand.

While Eriksen is one of a number of stars - including Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld - who could jump ship from struggling Spurs, who conceded ten goals in two matches before the worldwide break.

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