West Ham have reportedly made an offer to Christian Eriksen this summer, who has become a free agent after leaving Brentford last month. 

According to West Ham insider @ExWHUemployee, West Ham have made Christian Eriksen a contract offer, but face stiff competition from several clubs.

Ex understands that most of the Premier League have now submitted an offer to the Dane, including the likes of Manchester United and Brentford.

It is clear that the Denmark international is extremely in demand ahead of the 2022/23 season, and the Hammers are interested in joining the race to sign him on a free transfer.

After leaving Inter Milan last summer, the 30-year-old joined Premier League side Brentford on a six-month contract – impressing heavily during his time there.

In 11 appearances he produced four assists and scored one goal, as well as putting in some dominating performances for the Bees to help them finish 13th in their inaugural Premier League campaign.

Now, Eriksen is looking for another club and his services at West Ham would be widely appreciated by the majority of Hammers fans.

The Dane is known for his excellent range of passing, knowledge of the game and technical ability, and his footballing capabilities would be perfect for this side under manager David Moyes.

He brings heaps of Premier League experience having played at Tottenham for seven years, who are also reportedly interested in signing him.

Now that it has been confirmed by Ex that we have put forward an approach to acquire his signature, Hammers fans can hope that he decides to join West Ham for the next campaign.

Signing Eriksen on a free transfer would be a bargain for the club, and the addition of the playmaker would no doubt help make the Hammers a force to be reckoned with next season.