Former Crystal Palace chairman, Simon Jordan has warned former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder, Christian Eriksen against joining Manchester United, insisting that the Red Devils are in a state of flux.

Eriksen has been linked with a move to Man United this summer after his short spell at Brentford ended on July 1.

The Denmark international impressed during his seven-month stint at Brentford last season.

The former Inter Milan star made 11 appearances, scoring one goal and providing four assists for the Bees.

However, Jordan believes Eriksen has plenty of reasons as to why he would reject a move to Erik ten Hag’s side this summer.

“The question of Eriksen going to Manchester United is an interesting one because Man United are in a state of flux. Whilst Eriksen has been incredibly successful with Brentford – that is one thing at the end of the table where you are fighting for survival – he made a very big difference in a side that was in decline.

“And of course whilst Manchester United are in decline, going to Manchester United with that evolution or revolution or whatever Ten Hag is going to produce, may not mean he is going to be a particularly front and centre player,” Jordan told talkSPORT.