Christian Eriksen is craving return to Tottenham

Christian Eriksen would ‘love to be back in the Premier League’ and is craving return to Tottenham after disastrous stint at Inter Milan… but Spurs’ rivals could yet benefit from Dane’s desire to return to England

  • Christian Eriksen left Tottenham Hotspur to join Inter Milan last January
  • But the Danish playmaker has struggled for the Italian giants in his year there
  • He is keen on a move to the Premier League with a return to Spurs preferable
  • But high wage demands and a Spurs only loan fee could scupper move 

Christian Eriksen is keen on a return to Tottenham Hotspur just one year after leaving the club to move to Inter Milan.

The Dane enjoyed six-and-a-half years in north London before leaving for the Serie A giants last January with just six months of his contract at White Hart Lane to run. 

However he has failed to settle at the San Siro and Antonio Conte is already looking to cash in on his £25million playmaker, with the Premier League his most likely destination.

Christian Eriksen is already set to leave Inter Milan just one year after signing for the club

According to journalist Fabrizio Romano the Dane wants to return to the Premier League, preferably at Spurs, although admits his Inter wages could prove a stumbling block for the north London outfit.

‘Christian Eriksen wants to leave and would love to be back in the Premier League, especially with Tottenham,’ Romano told Sky Sports’ Transfer Talk.

‘At the moment that’s not so easy, his wages are €7.5million-a-season (£6.7m) after taxes, which is totally different to his salary a year ago when he was playing at Tottenham. 

Eriksen would prefer a move back to Tottenham Hotspur who he left last January for Serie A

As well as his wages, Spurs could also be put off by a loan fee being demanded of them exclusively by Inter following the negotiations thrashed out after his original transfer a year ago.

Romano added that should Spurs baulk at the fee being demanded, their Premier League rivals are keeping tabs on the 28-year-old’s situation.

‘That’s a problem, as is the fact Inter are asking for a loan fee to be paid before letting Eriksen return to Spurs but not other clubs,’ Romano added.

‘They paid to sign him when he had six months left on his contract, so they want a fee from Tottenham before he goes back.

‘I’m sure they will try and come to a deal but it’s not so easy, and there are other clubs in the Premier League talking to his representatives as well.’

The move to Italy has not gone to plan for Eriksen who has struggled at the San Siro

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