“He owes them nothing” – Christian Eriksen told he is right to snub Brentford and join Manchester United

Christian Eriksen Manchester United

Denmark international Christian Eriksen joined Manchester United on a three-year contract on Feiday after his six-month contract with Brentford expired this summer.

Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest during the Euros last summer, with his Inter Milan contract terminated due to Serie A rules.

Eriksen then joined Brentford on a six-month contract in January. He impressed during his time at Brentford, scoring one goal and creating four more to help the club to avoid relegation.

Some have claimed Eriksen should have extended his stay at Brentford out of loyalty to a club that gave him a contract following the termination of his Inter Milan contract.

However, Jason Cundy believes that Christian Eriksen has no reason to feel bad for leaving Brentford, saying ‘he owes them nothing’.

Cundy told talkSPORT: “He owes them nothing.

“I heard Simon Jordan banging on about this, he owes them nothing.

“They paid for his service, he delivered, his contract is up and he can do what he wants.”

Cundy added: “Why didn’t they give him an 18-month contract? There you go.

“They were tentative, they were a little bit wary and thinking that they didn’t know what they were going to get.

“If he didn’t deliver and he had a stinker, or he was injured for the whole time, do you think they’d want him back? You’ve got to look after yourself in this world.”

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