Despite reports from Italy recently claiming Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy had accepted Inter Milan’s offer of €15 million for Christian Eriksen, Sky Sports journalist Kaveh Solhekol now claims it’s actually the other way around. According to him, it’s Inter who have decided to accept Levy’s demands and are now ready to pay €20 million for the services of the Danish international, despite there being only six months left on his contract.
The deal would apparently also see Eriksen’s wages triple to almost €300,000 per week, possibly rising to €350,000, and the contract he would sign would be set to run for four and a half years.
The future of the 27-year-old has been a subject of much guesswork for over six months now, ever since he openly stated he would be ready to face a new challenge ahead of the summer transfer window last year. Real Madrid and Manchester United were heavily credited with interest back then, but it seems Inter have been the most decisive suitor of all.
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