Christian Eriksen’s move to Inter Milan stalling was blamed his representative.
The Tottenham midfielder was touted to depart this month as his contract continues to dwindle.
Rather than losing him for nothing in the end of the season, Spurs would rather recover some type of fee.
But there’s been no breakthrough between Inter and Tottenham and Danish commentator Peter Piil has blamed it on Eriksen’s representative Martin Schoots for failing to assist his client find a new team.
That agent’s work is critical. I don’t know him [Schoots], but he has not done a fantastic job,” Phil told BT’s podcast Fodbold FM.
He had been asked for and asked for and asked for during the whole spring of last year — and after all, there’s rarely smoke without fire.
“We all know there was something along the way at that moment. Why didn’t it occur?
“Why should Christian Eriksen head out and shakes the shrub himself?
“In the national team camp this past year, where he stands in front of us all and says that now he must try something new in his career.
“You do not do that if there’s something in bed and you’re just going to sign something.
“There have been some connections which have fallen to the earth there.
“Then there was the Atletico case over the summer, which did not matter.
And now there is a brand new case with Inter! Why is it not shut?
“The brokers play a huge part, and I think it’s bad agent work this case isn’t closed.”
Antonio Conte has been looking to sign numerous former Premier League players this January having already obtained Manchester United duo Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez.