Christian Eriksen says goodbye to Brentford in a publish on social media

Manchester United midfielder Christian Eriksen has taken to social media to thank Brentford after his six-month interval with the Bees ended.

The Danish nationwide workforce participant made his sensational return to soccer after becoming a member of the membership in west London on the deadline in January after the mutual termination of his contract with Inter.

After struggling a horrible cardiac arrest on the European Championships 2020 final summer season, Eriksen seemed like his previous self in west London and performed a vital function in serving to Brentford end thirteenth in his first Premier League season.

The 90-minute lengthy reported that Brentford have been hopeful of conserving Eriksen longer than his first six-month contract, despite the fact that he confronted important competitors from former golf equipment Tottenham and Man Utd.

Spurs cooled their curiosity in June and the 30-year-old has since signed for Man Utd.

Eriksen took to social media and thanked the bees for an unforgettable expertise.

“Thank you all at Brentford. It has been a pleasure playing for you all!” wrote Eriksen on his Instagram story.

“Just being around the training ground, the stadium or somewhere around Brentford has been something I will never forget. See you soon.”

Eriksen could make his Man Utd debut in Brentford the second weekend of the brand new Premier League season.

In the meantime, he’ll stay in England and is not going to be part of Erik ten Hag’s squad through the remainder of their tour of Australia and Asia.

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