Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy would be interested in bringing Christian Eriksen back to to the club, according to former Manchester City defender Danny Mills.
Eriksen revealed just days after Tottenham’s Champions League final defeat to Liverpool in the summer of last year of his desire to leave North London and seek a new challenge (Ekstra Bladet).
While the Dane did invite interest from Spanish giants Real Madrid, a move failed to materialise and he instead ended up joining Inter Milan in January for a fee of around £16.9million, with just six months left on his contract (BBC).
Eriksen has admitted that a move to the Serie A giants has failed to go to plan and has struggled to play his way into Antonio Conte’s plans while revealing that he will assess his future when the January transfer window opens (TV2).
Mills believes that Levy would be open to a reunion if the deal was right for the club.
Mills told Football Insider when asked if he could see Eriksen back at Spurs: “If the deal is right.
“I’m pretty sure if Daniel Levy is getting a bargain, having made some money on him already, they’ll certainly look at it.
“He’s a player of quality, that knows the club inside out so there’s every chance.
“It would certainly be foolish to rule it out immediately.”
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