Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have been given a boost in signing Ajax star Christian Eriksen after the midfielder revealed that he could leave the Eredivisie club at the end of the season.
The Denmark international is linked with a move to White Hart Lane and Anfield while the Sky Sports claim the Premier League leaders Manchester United are also keeping a tab on the 21-year-old's future at Amsterdam.
Eriksen is still unsure over his future with Ajax beyond this season and claimed there is a 50 per cent chance to continue with Frank de Boer's side.
"I cannot say what will happen next summer. I have started to prepare for the season with Ajax but I do not know if I will continue with them. I have 50 per cent chance to stay where I am," the Denmark international told Tutto Mercato Web
Meanwhile, Ajax's technical director Marc Overmars revealed the midfielder has denied signing a contract extension with the Dutch club as he has now set his eyes on playing abroad. Eriksen's current deal with his employers runs down in 2014 and they would prefer to cash in on the player at the end of the season, rather than letting him go for free a year later.
Snodgrass: Not Worried About Bale
Meanwhile, Norwich City winger Robert Snodgrass claims he is not worried about stopping Spurs star Gareth Bale when Scotland face Wales for the World Cup qualifier this week. The 25-year-old believes his side needs to concentrate on winning the game rather than focusing on the ex-Southampton man.
"As players, you are required to do a job. For me, if I'm attacking, I'm not going to be worrying about Gareth Bale. I'm going to be concerned with what I can do to affect the game. That's why you're in the team," Goal.com quoted Snodgrass as saying.
"Whatever way the manager sets Scotland up, it won't be to stop Gareth Bale. It will be to try and win a football match. We're at home, there will be a big crowd at Hampden and there is no better feeling. Hopefully we can take the game to them," he added.