The Guardian reported that Eriksen has rejected a move to United, and the Dane is said to be in favor of moving to tottenham either Brentford since the player is based in London.
Eriksen is now available in a free transfer after leaving Brentford at the end of the 21st/22 season and barely 30 years old, the feels that it has a lot to offer at the highest level.
Eriksen he could well be tempted with a return to Spurs after spending time at Inter Milan with Antonio I countedthe couple won the Series A during their time working together in Italy.
After the news broke, former Liverpool winger Enrique wasted no time in rubbing salt into United’s wounds as he took to Twitter to troll the club.
He tweeted to his 228,800 followers: “Christian Eriksen has rejected the offer from Manchester United and prefers to stay with Brentford or join tottenham,”
“Another player refuses to move to Man United this summer… bind legooooooooo.”
❌ Christian Eriksen has rejected Manchester United’s offer and prefers to stay at Brentford or sign for Tottenham. | Jamie Jackson, Guardian
😳 Another player refuses to sign for Manchester United this summer…
Ata legooooooooo 😂👋 pic.twitter.com/mMqh50etEQ
– José Enrique (@Jesanchez3) June 21, 2022
This is not the first time Enrique has made headlines with his antics on social media.
After the Reds’ triumph in the FA Cup, Enrique took charge of Everton posting a photo of Trent Alexander Arnold kissing the trophy with the caption: “Since Everton won a trophy for the last time, Trent Alexander-Arnold was born, grew up, went through the youth team, signed a first team contract for Liverpool and won all the important trophies that an English club can win.
He also caused controversy after claiming that United left-back Luke Shaw looked “overweight”. Enrique tweeted: “Is it just me or Luke Does Shaw look overweight?
Is it me or is Luke Shaw overweight?
– José Enrique (@Jesanchez3) April 2, 2022
Unsurprisingly, the United fans were not happy.
One responded: “As a footballer, knowing how mental health can affect people, why did you find it necessary to tweet this?
Another fan asked, “Is he shaming Luke Shaw?”
The Spaniard played a total of 99 games for Liverpool during a five-year stay at Anfieldwinning the League Cup in 2012 under the management of club legend Sir Kenny Dalglish.
It remains to be seen where Eriksen he will play at the beginning of the next season, but it has been reported that he will make a decision in the coming days.