The Christian Eriksen to Inter Milan saga continues, with all the parties involved trying to find an agreement suitable.
A few days ago it had been reported in Italy that Inter would look to pile pressure on Daniel Levy. Given they already have a personal terms agreement with the player, the idea was to push Levy into a corner, telling the Tottenham boss that he could either take the money now or see his player leave for free later.
Naturally, it didn’t work, and Inter are left trying to get as close as possible to Spurs’ €20m demand for a January transfer.
SportMediaSet report there’ll be another meeting on Thursday. Meanwhile, Martin Schoots continues to try and get some price concession from Tottenham. Now the effort is to get Spurs down to €18-19m or push Inter up to €20m, and as part of that Eriksen is ready to take a hit.
It’s claimed the Denmark international is willing to give up some payments owed to him by the Premier League club, in an effort to get the transfer over the line.
On its own, that isn’t enough, and SportMediaSet even suggest Gabigol’s transfer to Flamengo needs to be sorted first so Inter have the funds.
Gabigol is of course a striker. Tottenham need a striker. It’s an open goal.