Eriksen reveals how painful it was when he left Brentford

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Eriksen reveals how painful it was when he left Brentford to join Manchester United.

Manchester United midfielder Christian Eriksen admits it hurts to tell Thomas Frank. He will not return to Brentford again this summer pass.

The Danish playmaker return to football by signing a six-month contract with the Bees in January. After undergoing heart surgery during Euro 2020.

However, after the expiration of his contract with Brentford, there were rumors that Frank wanted to keep him, but Eriksen decided not to renew his contract and moved to Manchester United on a free transfer. The three-year period. Which was referred to as the time openly talking to Thomas Frank about the transfer of the team.

“Yes, it hurts because what Brentford has done for me over the past six months has been amazing, something I will always remember. If I’m still in London It will be a safe place. Because you know where you are. If it’s in Brentford, this is where we live and where our children go to school.”

“But at the same time It’s also a matter of ambition and opportunity. For me this might be my last chance to join a big team like United,” Eriksen said.

Eriksen helped Brentford to win seven of the 10 Premier League games. He started since arriving in January. He scored one goal and registering four assists in 11 Premier League appearances for Frank’s side.