PSG ‘make Christian Eriksen their No 1 target for the January transfer window…. with Inter Milan already willing to cut their losses’ after £17.5m move from Tottenham earlier this year
- PSG have made Inter Milan midfielder Christian Eriksen a top target for January
- Eriken signed a four-year contract with Serie A club Inter for £17.5m in January
- However, he could leave for France after failing to hit heights expected of him
- PSG’s sporting director Leonardo has began negotiations with Eriksen’s agent
Eriken signed a four-year contract with Inter for £17.5million in January, but having failed to hit the heights expected of him, Italian news outlet Todofichajes has revealed that the attacking midfielder’s management are weighing up his options for next season.
According to reports, PSG’s sporting director Leonardo has entered into negotiations with Eriksen’s agent over a deal to bring the former Tottenham player to the French capital.
PSG have made Inter Milan midfielder Christian Eriksen a top target for the January window
The Danish midfielder has instead started just nine league games for Antonio Conte’s side and featured a total of 29 times.
Having scored 51 goals in the Premier League, Eriksen has failed to live up to expectation and has only contributed four goals and three assists for Inter.
PSG’s sporting director Leonardo has began negotiations with Eriksen’s agent over a move
Eriken signed a four year contract with Inter, but has failed to hit the heights expected of him
As a result, Inter are prepared to cut their losses and sell Eriksen in the January transfer window.
They are said to be willing to listen to offers of more than £55m for the midfielder who made more than 200 Premier League appearances for Tottenham.
PSG have also expressed an interest in Eriksen’s former team-mate Dele Alli.
Reports claim a £1.5m loan offer for Alli was previously rejected by Tottenham, but PSG are expected to table another bid in January.
The Ligue 1 champions have also show interest in Eriksen’s former Spurs team-mate, Dele Alli