Inter Milan are considering selling former Tottenham star Christian Eriksen just months after the midfielder left England for the San Siro.

Eriksen’s future was the source of much speculation last summer, but Spurs managed to hold onto him despite the Dane entering the final 12 months of his contract.

Amazon’s new documentary about Tottenham’s 2019/20 season shows Daniel Levy and Jose Mourinho trying and failing to convince Eriken to sign a new deal, and so in January he was sold to Inter.

But after a difficult start to life in Italy, it looks like Eriksen could be one of the major talking points of a transfer window once again.

As relayed by Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo, Italian publication Corriere dello Sport claims Inter are already thinking about selling Eriksen.

The 28-year-old rarely started under Antonio Conte in the latter stages of last season and was only on the bench for the Europa League final defeat to Sevilla.

Mundo Deportivo believes there are already players ahead of Eriksen in the pecking order, and he could fall further down the list if Inter add to their squad in the coming weeks.

Given that he was unwilling to sign a new contract with Spurs before leaving, it’s surely unlikely he will be back in north London this year – but it will be interesting to see where he ends up.



  1. This story has been going around today but its absolutely ridiculous. Common sense need prevail.

    Inter put Eriksen on 300,000+ per week, and they supposedly want at least 45m for him.

    Unfortunately on those wages, they dont get to decide when Eriksen goes or what for. With how hes performed the last 18months, they wont get anyone to pay those wages to even take him on a free.

    I always like it when players who downtools never rediscover their form, but I think Eriksen has the sheer quality that he will rediscover his, but for now Inter are stuck with him.

  2. No doubt he was a brilliant player for us, but his performances the last 12-18 months were well below his previous 5 years. I can understand him wanting a new country and new challenge, but I will always find it unacceptable that he didn’t try harder and produce more in that last period with us. The Champions League Final, he could have really shone and helped us win something unforgettable, but like so many games towards the end he was flat and that hunger just didn’t seem there. In a game like that, I just can’t understand it.

    • Do you compliment him for being the only creative mid in the club for the better parts of 6yrs. The closest we came after I is Lamela who could not get out of bed without hurting himself. Thers times, just like Kane crying out for help and none came. He was over used and in the end got abuse by the fan. One thing to note when Erikssen made his statement he had all intentions to Win the CL. It just did not work out. Thanks manager head move and ridiculous awarded panel.

  3. I really don’t feel sorry for him; on the contrary.
    Had a super big club come in with a mega offer and turned his head and he decided he wanted to leave,I would have understood.
    This was not the case;he didn’t want to listen to any offers from us regarding a new contract and gave the impression that he had to get away from a club of lepers.
    At no time did Barcelona or Real Madrid who he had his heart set on come on for him.
    Perhaps he will realise that he would have been better off remaining at Spurs where he was wanted,loved and appreciated.

  4. I live in NYC where their a lots of greedy basterds, I I dated Danish girls in London and Copenhagen never have I’ve seen a greedy Dane, sadly Christian Erickson is one person who was terrific for us and the last fifteen months he just mugged us sadly so now Inter are trying to get rid of him, A lot of Tottenham fans work hard for their money. Karma Erickson Karma

  5. I was glad to see the back of him. He just couldn’t take take a corner. His kicks seem to always get intercepted by the near post defender.


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