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Man United outcast to have future decided in “coming days” after meeting with club



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The future of Christian Eriksen remains unclear but will be decided after Manchester United hold meetings with the Dane and an interested club in the coming days.

With just three appearances in 2024, it is safe to say that Eriksen has not been a key part of Manchester United recently.

The midfielder is unsettled by his lack of inclusion and, with a contract expiring in 2025, may be considering a transfer this summer.

And according to Turkish sports newspaper Fotomaç, Galatasaray are looking to sign the Danish international.

The Turkish Super League champions plan on bringing Eriksen in to replace Frenchman Tanguy Ndombele, currently on loan from Tottenham Hotspur.

Manchester United are open to letting the 32-year-old go and will hold meetings with the player, his agent and Galatasaray in the ‘coming days’ to decide on a potential transfer.

With contact being made in the past between the Turkish giants and Old Trafford regarding Eriksen, a move could be easily made if all parties remain interested.

But, just last week, Danish sports newspaper Tipsbladet described Eriksen’s potential move to Galatasaray as “unthinkable,” claiming that the Danish midfielder was not interested in a move to Turkey.

Eriksen has 44 Premier League appearances for the Red Devils after joining Erik ten Hag’s squad as a free agent ahead of the 2022/23 season.