Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte wants to offload Christian Eriksen this summer despite the fact that the Danish international playmaker just joined the club in January.
Eriksen left Tottenham Hotspur to join Inter Milan during the last January transfer window in a €20m deal but he has not been able to produce his best form in the Nerazzurri shirt.
Calciomercato said that Antonio Conte has decided to move Christian Eriksen on as he’s too lazy to fit into his style.
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Antonio Conte wants to strengthen his midfield for the new campaign and he’ll have to offload players to make space for new arrivals.
Apart from Christian Eriksen, Croatian international midfielder Marcelo Brozovic is also up for sale with Conte targeting Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal and Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante.
Recent reports claimed that Inter Milan offered Chelsea the chance to sign Christian Eriksen or Marcelo Brozovic in their bid to sign Kante but the proposal was thrown out by the Blues.
Chelsea want £60m for French World Cup winner Kante and Inter Milan might not be able to pay it.
Kante has spent four seasons with Chelsea on the back of his transfer from Leicester City in 2016 in a £32m deal.