Christian Eriksen and Tottenham Hotspur could be parting their ways in the next few hours, reports in Italy and England insist
Inter Milan have tabled a £12.6m offer plus £2.5m in add-ons, and it is now up to Daniel Levy to give the green light, according to the Daily Star.
The Nerazzurri stepped up their pursuit of the wantaway Tottenham playmaker in the recent hours and are now eagerly awaiting a response from the Spurs bigwig.
The 27-year-old has emerged as Antonio Conte’s top target for the January transfer window, with Beppe Marotta giving his best to make it happen.
Everyone is now expecting Levy to give his judgment on the offer, for this ongoing Eriksen saga to finally come to a close.
Inter Milan are now willing to offer €5M in bonuses + a €15M fixed fee to sign Christian Eriksen. #thfc and the Italian club are currently in Milan discussing the structure of the bonuses. The midfielder could leave for Milan in the next few hours. | @FcInterNewsit pic.twitter.com/gJ11gtb804— Daily Hotspur (@Daily_Hotspur) January 23, 2020
Eriksen has already made it clear he wants to depart north London for a new challenge and has refused all of Tottenham’s previous attempts to lure him into signing a new contract.
The former Ajax man was desperate to leave the Premier League giants last summer, but Levy successfully obstructed all of his efforts to force his way out of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium so far.
However, everyone close to Spurs is well aware Eriksen will go sooner or later, and cashing in on him now seems a more reasonable option than letting him leave for free next summer.