The Italian manager Antonio Conte has dropped a major hint of bringing back a fan favourite Christian Eriksen to the North London club after his six month spell with Brentford.
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“For sure, Eriksen is part of Tottenham’s story. To come back here would be a good opportunity for him, for me, for the club. Now he’s signed for Brentford … only six months, and we’ll see what happens,” Conte was quoted by the Guardian.
“I was lucky because I met him on Sunday and it was good to speak with him. I saw him with his family and it was good. I met him in the same hotel that we were both staying in. We didn’t prepare the meeting. It was only a coincidence to see him and his family.
“I’m the first person to be happy to see him again on the pitch because we spent a really good time at Inter Milan together. We won the league, we spent two important seasons together.
“I wish him all the best for the future. And you don’t know what will happen. It would be good for me to have him again, to work together.”