Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku inspired an incredible comeback to see Inter Milan beat Torino and 4-0 on Sunday – but once again it is Christian Eriksen who is hogging the headlines.
Eriksen has become the latest player to fall out with Inter Milan’s notoriously critical boss, Antonio Conte – fuelling much speculation over his future at the club.
He has made just four starts for Inter after joining the club for £17.5million just under a year ago, and could depart as early as January.
The Nerazzurri are willing to cut their losses with the Danish international as their chief executive, Giuseppe Marotta, suggested that they are willing to allow Eriksen to leave in the next transfer window.
Christian Eriken signed a four-year contract with Inter Milan for £17.5million in last January
However, Inter Milan chief Giuseppe Marotta says Eriksen can leave the club this January
‘Conte has already spoken about it thoroughly. I can just add that we do not certainly have to force a player to stay when he asks to leave,’ Marotta told DAZN.
‘We will have to evaluate the situation. Now he is available for Conte, who has been making him play in [Eriksen’s] respect and in the club’s respect.
‘Up to now, we have not received any request from Eriksen, but at the right time we will try to find the right combinations.’
Luckily for Eriksen, he is still in high demand following a disastrous stint in the Italian League and could feature in another European top-flight in the new year.
Sportsmail have taken a look at Eriksen’s most likely destinations. From Arsenal, to AC Milan, to a return to Tottenham we have covered all potential suitors and their reasons for eyeing the Danish playmaker.
Eriksen has failed to hit the heights expected of him, only started four times for Inter Milan
Paris Saint Germain
PSG have an attacking system that allows them to dominate possession and attack well in the final third, but their style is still far from perfect.
The French Champions need an attack-minded midfielder who can play line-breaking passes from a deeper position.
PSG’s sporting director Leonardo has expressed his interest at bringing Eriksen into the fold.
The Parisiens have struggled to fill their defensive midfield role following the transfer of Blaise Matudi to Juventus and the retirement of Thiago Motta’s following a stories seven-year stint at the club.
Eriksen is a world-class playmaker with fantastic vision that would provide the attacking prowess that their defensive midfield is currently lacking.
With the possibility of Kylian Mbappe leaving at the end of the season, PSG recognise the importance of upgrading their attacking options and believe Eriksen’s quality would have the power to take their offence to another level.
Should Eriksen transfer to PSG, they will be hoping he will be able to recreate his incredible International Champions Cup goal from 2017 for the French side.
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