According to Fabrizio Romano, Ajax have retired from the race to sign Inter’s Christian Eriksen, with the Dane’s wages stalling his January exit.
The former Tottenham star is looking for an escape route from the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza where he arrived one year ago in a €27m move.
According to the ever-reliable transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano, Ajax have already retired from the race to sign their former star.
The Lancers, in fact, wanted to have Eriksen back at the club, but without paying his entire €7.5-a-year wages.
Romano confirms on Calciomercato.com, José Mourinho is interested in brining the Dane back to Tottenham, but yet again, Spurs are not willing to pay his entire salary.
At the moment, there are no concrete negotiations between the Nerazzurri and Spurs and the player’s wages are stalling his Inter exit.
According to different reports in Italy, Inter are open to selling the 28-year-old on loan in the January transfer window.