Despite very little progress being reported for the Christian Eriksen to Inter transfer, the two parties continue to be locked in talks, suggesting there’s a desire to get a deal done.

The price remains the biggest hurdle, as Tottenham refuse to lower their demands for the Denmark international, and the Serie A side remain reluctant to up their original offer of €15m up front and a few bonuses.

Negotiations took place on Monday, and Gazzetta dello Sport report on Tuesday that a second conference call is expected to happen between Daniel Levy and Beppe Marotta this afternoon to try and unstick the situation.

On the player’s side, Martin Schoots, Eriksen’s agent, remains in London in Tottenham’s offices to try and help barter a deal.

His relationship with Levy is said to be ‘excellent’ regardless of the fact there’s a divorce with one of his client on the way, with talks on Monday helping bring the ‘parties closer together indirectly’.

For Gazzetta, Tuesday is the day where we will understand how close we really are from seeing Eriksen in an Inter shirt.

Now, we wait…