BRENTFORD playmaker Christian Eriksen is reportedly considering extending his spell with the Premier League newbies.
The 30-year-old has caught the eye in west London after penning a short-term contract back in January.
That deal expires in the summer, with plenty of big names said to be lining up a free transfer swoop for the Danish international.
Brentford though are desperate to tie Eriksen down to fresh terms.
And in recent days the midfielder has been looking around the plush west London district of Chiswick, according to the Telegraph.
The area is just a stone’s throw away from the Bees’ home ground, and is a blow to Tottenham and Manchester United’s hopes of securing a deal.
Eriksen is expected to make a decision on his future in the summer, but has the Qatar World Cup firmly in his sights.
He is targeting a place in Denmark’s squad and Brentford offer the guaranteed match time that might not come with a move to United or Spurs.
Incoming Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag is claimed to be a fan of Eriksen after seeing him in training with Ajax earlier this year.
Eriksen spent some time with his former club as he worked his way back to full fitness following his cardiac arrest at Euro 2020.
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Another former club in Spurs have also been linked, and boss Antonio Conte hinted last month that he could try and re-sign Eriksen.
Elsewhere Newcastle and Leicester are understood to be monitoring Eriksen’s situation.
The midfielder has been crucial for Thomas Frank since arriving at the club, helping the Bees win five out of the eight games that he’s played to successfully steer them away from the relegation zone.