Christian Eriksen can leave Inter in the summer with the Nerazzurri who reportedly want €30m to sell the former Tottenham star who was ‘humiliated’ by Antonio Conte against Real Madrid.
The Denmark international was subbed in in the final six minutes of Inter-Real Madrid on Wednesday, when the Nerazzurri were down to two goals and one man as Arturo Vidal was sent off in the first half.
As Tuttosport writes, Conte’s decision to put the former Tottenham man in for the last six minutes was the “last humiliation” for the 28-year-old who is likely to hand in a transfer request in January.
Inter, according, to the report, want at least €30m to sell the former Spurs star but could consider swapping him with another player that could be more functional for Antonio Conte’s project.
PSG’s Leandro Paredes, Bayern Munich’s Corentin Tolisso, Arsenal’s Granit Xhaka or Manchester United’s Fred are all among Inter’s transfer targets with the Serie A giants who could consider a swap between Eriksen and one of these four players.