According to a report by Marca, Inter Milan have offered Christian Eriksen to Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid during the current transfer window.
Eriksen has endured a difficult time at Inter since his move from Spurs in January of last year and club CEO Guisseppe Marotta has admitted that the Serie A side could look to move the midfielder on during the month.
The Dane has been linked with a controversial move to Spurs’ North London rivals Arsenal and while a reunion with Mauricio Pochettino at PSG has also been mooted (CalcioMercato).
A return to Tottenham could also reportedly on the cards for the 28-year-old this month (Don Balon).
Marca claim that Eriksen could be on his way to Spain, with both Real Madrid and Atletico emerging as contenders for his signature.
It is claimed that both Madrid clubs held an interest in Eriksen while he was at Spurs.
However, it said that neither club is likely to sign the midfielder this month as they are undergoing a tough economic period due to the pandemic.
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Eriksen could potentially be an attractive option for many clubs around Europe since he is not likely to be too expensive. However, it is the midfielder’s wages that might prove a sticking point for many clubs. The Dane might have to take a wage cut if he is to get a move this month.
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