Manchester United are reportedly prepared to cash in on veteran midfielder Christian Eriksen in the summer transfer window.

Christian Eriksen has been a squad player for Manchester United, and a report from Football Insider has claimed that the Red Devils will look to part ways with him in the summer transfer window.

The Danish midfielder has a lucrative contract worth around £150,000 per week at Manchester United, and the Red Devils are now looking to get his wages off their books. Eriksen has not been able to contribute as expected this season, and it would be ideal for him to move on and join another club.

Meanwhile, Manchester United need to bring in midfield reinforcements, and they will be able to sign a quality young player with higher potential. Christian Eriksen has proven himself in the Premier League in the past, and he will be disappointed with the situation. He could still be a very useful player for mid-table clubs and it will be interesting to see where he ends up.

Eriksen has struggled for Manchester United

The move to Manchester United has clearly not worked out for him. The Red Devils are one of the biggest clubs in the world, and it is difficult to turn down the opportunity to sign for them. But he would have expected a more eventful career when he joined Manchester United. Eriksen has started just nine games in the league this season, scoring once and picking up one assist.

His performance levels have been quite mediocre, and Manchester United need an upgrade as well.  The Red Devils have had a disappointing season by their standards so far, and they will need to improve their squad in the summer.

Signing a creative midfielder should be one of their priorities. They need someone who can chip in with goals and creativity. It will be interesting to see if any club is willing to provide Eriksen with an opportunity in the Premier League. He has been linked with a move back to his boyhood club Ajax as well.

The 32-year-old needs to join a club where he will get regular game time at this stage of his career, and recent reports have claimed that he will hold crunch talks with Erik ten Hag. For all intents and purposes, Manchester United will likely get his £150,000-a-week wages off their books.

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