Christian Eriksen’s agent has begun discussions with Tottenham Hotspur over a possible loan deal to take the Dane back to North London, according to Sky Sport Italia.
The report claims that the 28-year-old’s representative has also made contact with other un-named Premier League clubs, with Spurs said to be keen to bring him back to the club.
The main stumbling block over a deal surrounds the fact that Inter Milan are demading a loan fee to allow him to leave, with Daniel Levy not prepared to pay any money for the player he sold for £16.9million last January (Express).
Eriksen played the full 120 minutes of the 2-1 Coppa Italia win against Fiorentina on Wednesday, in an unfamiliar holding midfield role.
The Denmark international has found regular first-team opportunities hard to come by under Antonio Conte, having only started four Serie A matches all season (transfermarkt).
Eriksen is said to be keen on returning to his former club where he became a pivotal part in Mauricio Pochettino’s success in making the side regulars in the Champions League (Sky Sports).
Spurs are struggling to provide creativity to Heung-min Son and Harry Kane on a regular basis and the return of Eriksen, even for six months could help in our bid to finish in the top four.
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