Tottenham will tell Real Madrid they expect a fee in excess of £100m for Christian Eriksen.
Eriksen, on international duty with Denmark, has one year left on his contract and has confirmed his desire to leave.
'I feel that I am at a stage of my career where I would like to try something new,' the 27-year-old told the Danish newspaper, Ekstra Bladet.
Christian Eriksen wants to leave Tottenham and they will sell up for an offer of £100m
Eriksen has revealed he is ready for a new challenge and wants to leave the club this summer
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'I have the deepest respect for everything that is happening at Tottenham and it would not be something negative to stay. But I have also said that I would like to try something new.
'I hope that something will be decided this summer. That is the plan. In football you never know when there could be a decision like that. It could be at any point.
'The best thing is always for it to happen quickly but in football things take time.'
Juventus have always been keen on Eriksen but the Dane appears set on finishing his career in Spain and Real Madrid are in the market for a midfielder of his style.
They have also been heavily linked with Paul Pogba of Manchester United.
Spurs and Real have a forged good understanding, which goes back to the sales of Gareth Bale and Luka Modric.
For two years after the sale of Modric in 2012 there was a formal relationship. Bale followed to the Bernabeu a year later and in 2014 the agreement was ended.
Transfers of Gareth Bale and Luka Modric have forged a relationship with Real and Tottenham
Eriksen is a key man at Spurs but money raised from a sale may help the team to be refreshed
Tottenham's priorities in this summer's transfer market are for two new midfielders.
They are thought to have about £50million set aside for transfers and will have to generate any other funds from player sales.
So the sale of Eriksen will play a key role.
His desire to leave has been known for some time. He has refused to sign a new contract and his current deal expires next year.
He may be the creative heartbeat of Mauricio Pochettino's team but the prospect of keeping him against his will only for him to walk out on a free next summer makes