Christian Eriksen established himself as one of the best attacking midfielders in Europe during his time at Tottenham Hotspur, but he has struggled to replicate his Spurs form since he moved to Inter Milan in January 2020.

The Serie A side are ready to allow the 28-year-old to go out on loan in the ongoing window and a ‘return to Tottenham is a possibility’. That’s according to

It’s claimed the Denmark international’s arrival on loan could be ‘well received’ at the north London club.

In addition to this, the former Ajax man’s agent ‘would like to take’ his client back to Tottenham, but the operation is difficult to carry out due to the player’s wages.

Eriksen earns an annual salary of €7.5m at the San Siro and these figures are too high for José Mourinho’s side right now, since they have Gareth Bale and Dele Alli on their wage bill.

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In other words, the possibility of Eriksen returning to Spurs is difficult, but with some compromises he could return to his former club.

Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta has refused to provide more details about the Dane, but stressed sporting director Piero Ausilio is working on Eriksen’s transfer in January.

“Is there anything in England for Eriksen? Ausilio is working on it and when there is something concrete, we will be the first to inform you,” Marotta said, as quoted by Sport Mediaset.