Inter Milan have confirmed that Christian Eriksen is on the transfer market in January just a year after joining the club.
CEO Giuseppe Marotta has confirmed that the Danish midfielder is “leaving” next month after giving him permission to miss a clash with Hellas Verona on Wednesday for family reasons.
Eriksen traveled to Denmark to be close to his wife, who will soon give birth to their second child, The sky in Italy report.
And Marotta said to Sky in Italy before the start: “Is Eriksen on the market? I’d say yes, yes. [Inter sporting director] Piero Ausilio said that in his comments last week and I can repeat that.
“But it’s not a penalty. He’s simply a player who has had a few problems adjusting to life here at Inter. Let’s say he’s not functional on the team, but this is an objective fact that takes nothing away from his professionalism.
“However, it is also right to give him a chance to ask for more time to play elsewhere. Obviously we will have to find a solution.”
Heavenly sports news he was told that, given that his salaries are high at Inter, and he has three and a half years left to run for contract, he will most likely go on loan.
Arsenal, which is linked to Eriksen, is looking for a creative player of his profile, but it remains to be seen whether the former Tottenham player would be ready to join their rivals.
The 28-year-old scored 69 goals and created 89 others in more than 300 appearances over six and a half years at Spurs.