In accordance with Sky Sports and their branch, Christian Eriksen has had a meeting with Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy and reiterated his stance in no uncertain terms he would like to leave the club join Inter Milan this past month.
Eriksen was the topic of a long-drawn saga about Real Madrid being interested in his services as an alternative to Manchester United’s Paul Pogba past summer. He was also connected with United as a potential substitute for Pogba if the Frenchman be the one to proceed into the Spanish funds, but in the long run, neither occurred.
Inter have been in the process of constructing a high tech team and it’s already started producing results as they now sit just behind Juventus from the Serie A table. They have already finished the signing of Ashley Young from United, and Eriksen seems to be the following name in their want list with bar CEO Giuseppe Marotta feeling convinced an agreement between the clubs is available prior to the continuing transfer window is closed.
Meanwhile, the Spurs head coach Jose Mourinho was determined the 28-year-old Denmark global will maintain the matchday squad for the clash against Norwich City tonight (Wednesday).