On Monday, we covered reports coming out of Italy discussing the possibility of Christian Eriksen returning to Tottenham Hotspur in the winter market.
Calciomercato.it explained the Inter Milan player’s agent ‘would like to take’ his client back to the north London club.
Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta has admitted sporting director Piero Ausilio is working on the 28-year-old’s case.
According to FcInterNews, Ausilio is taking help from intermediaries to find a club for the attacking midfielder, and the player’s ‘first choice’ is to return to the Premier League.
Tottenham get a mention and it’s claimed Spurs would be an ‘ideal’ destination for the Denmark international.
FcInterNews explain it’s necessary to understand whether there would be margins to welcome Eriksen back to the club if Dele Alli moves to Paris Saint-Germain.
For now, José Mourinho would prefer to bring in a player with a different profile. Spurs are also ‘not attracted’ to the idea of taking the Dane on his current salary, which has ‘significantly increased’ since he left them last January.
To sum it up, the operation to place Eriksen back at Spurs is ‘complex’ and the situation is ‘far from fluid’.