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HOLLAND/ AJAX, Eriksen's agent: "Several clubs keen on him, but he won't move"

20.10.2012 19.27 by Claudio Colla  read 1774
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Interviewed by Tipsbladet, Martin Schoots, agent of Danish international midfielder Christian Eriksen (20), stated: "There are several important European clubs asking news about him, but he's absolutely not considering the chance to leave Ajax". Currently on a deal with Dutch club until June 2014, Eriksen is tracked by Manchester United, Chelsea, AC Milan and AS Roma, and his ownership is esteemed around 20 million euros.

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