Tottenham Hotspur playmaker, Christian Eriksen, has under six months remaining on his current contract in North London, with no signs pointing towards a new deal being signed.
Eriksen is one of the longest-serving current stars at the club, but it looks as if his time may be coming to an end, but will it be a January sale or a summer free transfer?
With the winter window wide open, Spurs could sell the player in theory, if a bid comes in that they deem acceptable.
Eriksen can also now talk to clubs about a pre-contract agreement ahead of a free move in the summer, so long as the club is non-English.
The Independent have now reported that Eriksen may stay until the end of the season, despite a bid from Inter Milan for his services this month.
It is said that Inter have made a January offer of between £8m and £10m, which is way off the Spurs valuation of around £25m.
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