Report: Eriksen feels disrespected at Inter following Spurs exit

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Christian Eriksen is reportedly having doubts over whether he has a future at Inter Milan less than half a season after joining the Serie A giants.

Eriksen left Tottenham in January to join the Nerazzurri after spending six and a half years in North London and became a key player during his time with the Champions League finalists.

The midfielder has made a limited impact with Antonio Conte’s side due to the pandemic and has even been on the receiving end of some fairly harsh criticism since joining the Italian club (Tuttomercatoweb).

A report by Gazzetta dello Sport (as relayed by the Daily Mail) now claims that the 28-year-old faces a battle on his hands to keep his place in the side next season.

Inter are reportedly set to complete a permanent move for midfielder Stefano Sensi from Sassuolo for over €20million while Marcelo Brozovic and Nicolo Barella will also remain with the club.

Additionally, the club are also said to be keen on landing Arturo Vidal and Sandro Tonali.

The report claims the former Spurs star has no intention of being on warming the bench next season and it is suggested that he feels the club are not showing him the respect he deserves.

Eriksen recently revealed that he is living at Inter’s training complex during the coronavirus pandemic as he is yet to find a property in the Italian capital (The Sun).

Spurs Web Opinion

It was clear that Eriksen needed a change of scenery after six and a half years at Spurs as his performances had become flat. While I thought a move to the Serie A would suit him, I never believed that he would be a good fit for an Antonio Conte team. The Italian demands his midfielders to maintain intensity in their pressing and tracking back through the ninety minutes and that isn’t the Dane’s forte.

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