Christian Eriksen’s time with Inter Milan is likely to end as the January transfer window will open in a couple of weeks. The 28-year-old’s time with the Italian club hasn’t gone as planned as he’s only played 373 minutes this season.
As a result, he will look to try and look for an exit that will allow him to play more, especially with the upcoming UEFA Euro 2020 coming this summer; Eriksen wants to head into the competition at the top of his form.
When it comes to clubs showing interest, there seems to be three, according to the Daily Star. Manchester United FC, Arsenal FC, and Paris Saint-Germain are vying for the attacking midfielder.
However, the English media outlet reports that Eriksen prefers the challenge of a new league, which is why he’s ready to snub two English clubs for a move to the French capital.
PSG sporting director Leonardo has a good relationship with Inter as both sides did business over the loan and then the sale of striker Mauro Icardi. If PSG does go after Eriksen, expect Leonardo to land a favorable deal that benefits the two parties for the Denmark international.
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