Christian Eriksen and his uncertain future has been one of the highlight talks at N17 this season, with the Dane being linked to many of elite European clubs.
Eriksen’s contract with Spurs is up in the summer and is now free to speak with clubs beyond England after January 1st. However, Chairman Daniel Levy would be keen to shell out some money if Eriksen has decided he doesn’t want to extend his contract with Spurs and has his heart set on a move somewhere else.
Inter Milan has been one of the club’s who are highly interested in his signature, competing against the likes of Real Madrid, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.
Antonio Conte’s side are hoping that a big salary would shred off interests from likes of Real and PSG.
Eriksen hasn’t lived up to his expectations this season. He has managed only two goals and two assists so far this Premier League season, with these numbers being way less than what Spurs’ fans were expecting from their ace at the start of the season.
A transfer saga that has lasted for two seasons might be coming to an end at the end of this one, and Spurs would probably be happy with the Eriksen situation coming to an end.