Christian Eriksen has struggled to adapt to Antonio Conte’s system at Inter Milan and the Serie A side are looking to offload him in January, a year after buying him from Tottenham Hotspur.

Earlier reports coming out of Italy and Denmark have suggested Manchester United could be an option for the 28-year-old in the mid-season window.

According to Corriere dello Sport, the playmaker wants to leave the Serie A side and return to the Premier League.

It’s claimed a move to England seems the ‘preferred solution’ for the former Spurs star.

The Old Trafford club get a mention as the newspaper states the Red Devils and Arsenal are viewed as two options for the Dane.

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As per the report, Manchester United are ‘looking for him’ as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looking for a ‘regista’.

The Premier League side are believed to be ‘trying to exploit’ the ‘relationship in crisis’ between the player and the Nerazzurri.

It sounds like Correire are laying the ground work to help Inter to find a new club for Eriksen. The feeling from the report is that United are pushed forward again as an option rather than having a genuine interest in the Denmark international.