Christian Eriksen & # 39; held crunch conversations with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy & # 39; in an attempt to force £ 17m to Inter Milan this month
Christian Eriksen held showdown conversations with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy on Tuesday as he tries to seal a move to Inter Milan.
Tottenham is not satisfied with Inter's latest offering of £ 11 million plus two bonus add-ons, and wants £ 17m if they allow Eriksen to leave this month.
The Denmark international is determined to move in January after last summer has made the transfer.
Eriksen has less than six months left on his contract, but Levy is playing hardball with Inter while trying to get the maximum value for the 27-year-old.
The former Ajax star has been free to negotiate with clubs outside of England since the beginning of the month and Inter-chef Giuseppe Marotta is convinced that a deal can still be closed before the window closes.
& # 39; Eriksen is a fantastic player, & # 39; he told Heaven in Italy . & # 39; We are waiting and still have faith in this deal. & # 39;
Spurs boss Jose Mourinho, however, confirmed that Eriksen would remain in his team on Wednesday-evening to face Norwich.
When asked about the transfer window and Eriksen on Tuesday, the Portuguese said: & I can tell you that it is good news for you, because every day is a wonderful day. I have to say great work, people get addicted to the screen because it's great. But for us we are very bad in news.
& # 39; We are very bad for two reasons: one because we do not buy a player every day and secondly because I am the kind of man who refuses to talk about players from other clubs, where some managers like to do.
& # 39; I don't do it, so any name you can throw at me, I will say that player belongs to club A, B or C. And I'm not talking about players from club A, B or C.
& # 39; And with regard to Christian, the answer is not good for you. But that is the answer, and the answer is that he is selected for tomorrow. & # 39;
Tottenham only allows Christian Eriksen to leave for Inter Milan if Serie A coughed up £ 17m for midfielder without contract in the summer
- Tottenham will only sell Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen for £ 17 million
- Inter Milan has rejected bids and their last proposal is around £ 11m
- Eriksen & # 39; s agent Martin Schoots is too due to meet Spurs chairman Daniel Levy
- Schoots was in Italy last week with board members of the Serie A club
Tottenham will sell Christian Eriksen to Inter Milan if they agree to pay £ 17 million.
Inter & # 39; s opening offers have been rejected and it is believed that they have made a new proposal of £ 11 million with two many bonus add-ons.
Inter Milan sports director Piero Ausilio said: & # 39; we have just made an official bid for Tottenham to sign Christian Eriksen and now we are waiting. & # 39;
In a conversation with Sky Sports Italy he added: & # 39; Many clubs are interested, but we are confident – we are trying to get a top player like Eriksen. & # 39;
Tottenham is expected on the market for another midfielder with the departure of Eriksen, but their priority remains high.
Eriksen & # 39; s agent Martin Schoots must speak with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy on Tuesday to discuss the situation.
Schoots met in Italy last week with Inter & # 39; s directors who hope that Eriksen, who is without contract in the summer, will be on board for Sunday's game with Cagliari.
Inter Milan wants to sign Christian Eriksen in time for next Sunday's clash with Cagliari
- Inter Milan wants to sign Christian Eriksen in time for Sunday's clash vs Cagliari
- The Italian side must increase their offer to £ 15 million to convince Tottenham to sell
- Manchester United resumes talks with Sporting Lisbon about Bruno Fernandes
Inter Milan wants to protect Christian Eriksen against Tottenham in time for next weekend's match with Cagliari.
They have to increase their £ 15 million offer to convince Tottenham to sell and also want to add Victor Moses and Olivier Giroud of Chelsea .
They also hope to discharge Valentino Lazaro to Newcastle United after his agent was given a tour of St James & Park on Saturday.
Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta said: We are talking to Eriksen's agent, but there are many clubs interested in him. We will also decide on Giroud the following days, Victor Moses is a possibility. & # 39;
Manchester United will resume talks with Sporting Lisbon on Monday for a fee for Bruno Fernandes. United has threatened to run away in the midst of the escalating £ 68m rating from Sporting of the 25-year-old midfielder who has told his club and wants to become a member of United.
Southampton midfielder Oriol Romeu discusses a £ 8.5 million go to Celta Vigo. The 28-year-old was an unused replacement on Saturday.
Sheffield United considers Nottingham Forest defender Jack Robinson, 26. Forest wants to close a deal for Huddersfield winger Adama Diakhaby.
] Stoke City prepares an offer for Rangers & # 39; Northern Irish international winger Jordan Jones. The 25-year-old has a value of around £ 1 million.
Hull City has offered a new contract to Jarrod Bowen of £ 20 m. The much-requested 23-year-old is sought by Newcastle United and others in the summer without a contract, although Hull has an option to extend.
Aston Villa is expecting the arrival of Mbwani Samatta on Monday from Genk who also wants Villaholder L ovre Kalinic, that of Toulouse. Jonathan Kodjia has completed a move from Villa to Qatari side, Al Gharafa.
Wigan, Middlesbrough and Birmingham City show interest in Stoke City striker Lee Gregory who can be loaned at the end of this month. Maybe Wigan should first sell with Cardiff City still enthusiastic about Kieffer Moore.
Bristol City weighs up for Cardiff City midfielder Will Vaulks .. The 26-year-old Wales International is also interested from Stoke City and Sunderland.
However, Bristol City has been rejected in a move by Charlton Athletic ahead of Lyle Taylor. It is understood that they offer players in potential exchange for 29-year-old Taylor with Kasey Palmer among the players discussed, but the deal was rejected by Charlton.
Head of Inter Milan CONFIRMS Christian Eriksen about moving but admits that he does not know if the Spurs star will join them because of & # 39; competition & # 39;
- Christian Eriksen has only six months left on his contract with Tottenham
- The midfielder is now free to negotiate a pre- contract deal with foreign clubs
- Inter are one of several European clubs credited with an interest in Eriksen
Eriksen still has six months to conclude his contract with Spurs, which means that he is now free to negotiate a summer movement prior to a contract with foreign clubs.
Inter has now opened discussions with Eriksen, but Marotta cooled the suggestion that he would almost close a deal for the Dane.
& # 39; Eriksen is a Tottenham player, but his contract expires in June, so it is completely legitimate and authorized to see his agent during this period, & # 39; the chief's head told Sky Sports Italia.
& # 39; That is by no means said that he will come here in January or June, because there is a lot of competition and we do not yet know what will happen. & # 39;
Inter has signed Ashley Young of Manchester United earlier this week for £ 1.5 million and looks forward to doing more business before the end of the month.
Asked about rumors linking the club to a move for V ictor Mozes, who is on loan to Fenerbahce from Galatasaray, said: & # 39; He is certainly a candidate. & # 39;
There are also ongoing discussions about the future of Matteo Politano, who was looking to give Roma on loan, in a deal where Leonardo Spinazzola would have moved to San Siro.
The move collapsed after the two clubs had failed to agree on the conditions, despite the fact that Roma posted photos of Politano receiving medical treatment at the club.
& # 39; I think there has been so much excessive media attention for the whole situation, & # 39; Marotta added.
& # 39; Spinazzola is a great professional with whom I have already worked at Juventus. I think that in football, before they are completed, negotiations must go through valuations on a technical, medical, economic and physical level.
& # 39; After we had completed all those evaluations, the club could not continue with this transfer and I told my colleague in Roma that we could not continue.
I must say that releasing Roma photos from a player being treated medically is not ours. Spinazzola did not take any pictures with us.
& # 39; With all due respect to Politano, we explained the situation to him. We are professionals and get used to things like this, so we will evaluate his future together before the end of the transfer window. & # 39;
Inter Milan is said to be hopeful that Tottenham star Christian Eriksen will be present for the club's clash with Cagliari next weekend.
And according to Corriere dello Sport a major breakthrough could soon be achieved in the negotiations – with Inter considering that Eriksen could even sit in the stands at the San Siro.
Martin Schoots is expected to meet the Tott enham hierarchy and repeat Eriksen & # 39; s desire to leave, although there is still a difference in appreciation between both clubs.
The same publication believes that Inter, however, is confident that it will close the deal in the coming weeks.
The Italian giants can even use the fact that Eriksen is likely to move to the club when his contract in North London expires within six months, regardless of the ongoing negotiations, as leverage during face-to-face conversations.
Antonio Conte wants the 27-year-old to see his new team soon in action from the stands and is reluctant to negotiate until the final days of the transfer window.
Eriksen was spotted as he approached Tottenham on his own after the scoreless The club's draw in Watford on Saturday, and Corriere dello Sport also believes that action indicating the spell of the Premier League player will soon end.
But Inter & # 39; s pursuit of Eriksen has openly upset boss Jose Mourinho, who lashed out at his old opponent Conte in the press.
Before the stalemate on Vicarage Road, Mourinho claimed that no offer had been received for Eriksen from Inter, and also criticized the Italian club's drive to make their goal uncertain by leaking information to the public.
He said: & # 39; If they have confidence, it is because they are ready to make an offer that has not yet been made. If we don't have an offer, how can we sell it?
& # 39; I think coaches should all behave the same with regard to transfers. We must always be closed until something really happens. We should not talk about players from other clubs until they become our players. We must always be protective. & # 39;
Christian Eriksen's agent & # 39; meets the director of Inter Milan for dinner & # 39; while the move from Tottenham to Italy is getting closer
- Christian Eriksen's agent for CEO of Inter Milan Giuseppe Marrotta
- Martin Schoots has Thursday eaten with Marotta in a restaurant in Milan
- Inter-director Piero Ausilio has faith in the club to close deals for both players
Olivier Giroud moves to Intercept to continue as soon as Matteo Politano leaves
The proposed move of Christian Eriksen to Inter Milan came closer after his agent Martin Schoots had dinner with the CEO of the Italian sports club Giuseppe Marotta
Schoots and Marotta left a restaurant in Milan on Thursday, as reported by Calciomercato .
The Serie A club chased Tottenham midfielder Eriksen in this window, and the Dane himself is supposed to be excited about moving to Italy.
Meanwhile Antonio Conte also wants to bring Chelsea out of favor, Olivier Giroud, who has appeared in all competitions under Frank Lampard only seven times.
When asked about negotiations for both players, Inter-director Piero Ausilio said: & # 39; No important news, we have faith in our work and not just for these two players. & # 39;
Giroud & # 39; s move to Inter should continue as soon as Matteo Politano leaves to join Rome.
Sky Sports reported that Inter offered £ 8.5 million for Eriksen, although Spurs is looking more in the £ 15m region for a player whose contract ends in the summer.
Giroud also thinks he likes to move to Milan, hoping for regular first-team football after a frustrating six months under Lampard at Stamford Bridge
Inter Milan director & # 39; self-assured & # 39; on double swoop for Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen and Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud
Inter Milan has & # 39; trust & # 39; ; in securing the signatures of Premier League duo Christian Eriksen and Olivier Giroud.
Meanwhile, Antonio Conte also wants to bring out the favor Chelsea Giroud, who has just played a handful of performances under Frank Lampard this season.
Asked about negotiations for both players, said Inter-director Piero Ausilio: "No matter the news, we have faith in our work and not just for these two players. & # 39;
Sky Sports report that I have offered £ 8.5 million for Eriksen, although Spurs is more looking for £ 15 million for a player whose contract ends in the summer.
Giroud would also like to move to Milan in the hope of regular football in the first team.
Everton takes part in the race to sign Matias Vecino from Inter Milan … who want to release the midfielder to clear the way for Christian Eriksen
- Matias Vecino seems ready to leave Inter Milan before the transfer window closes
- The Serie A club is interested in an exchange agreement for Tottenham's Christian Eriksen
- But Everton is now in the running with Carlo Ancelotti, a fan of the midfielder |
Everton chasing Uruguayan midfielder Matias Vecino as Inter Milan try to make room for the approaching arrival of Christian Eriksen.
Fudge boss Carlo Ancelotti wants to sign the 28-year-old, whose agent has been talking to Inter about a possible move.
Vecino has reportedly been in contact with Spurs, with an exchange agreement for Eriksen on the cards, but Everton has now joined the race according to the Italian outlet Calciomercato .Matthias Vecino seems seems set to leave Inter, and now Everton wants to land himEverton boss Carlo Ancelotti is enthusiastic about Vecino, although a deal with Spurs is still possible
The report mentions that Vecino & # 39; s agent, Alessa ndro Lucci, met officials today at Inter about the future of his client in Milan.
He moved to F from Fiorentina from August 2017 for £ 20 million and has played for the club 88 times.
This Uruguay Uruguay campaign, with 41 teams for its country, has played 17 games in all competitions for Inter, scoring twice.Christian Eriksen and Vecino may be involved in a possible exchange agreement
Christian Eriksen's move to Inter Milan comes closer to Director Piero Ausilio flies to London to complete talks with Tottenham about £ 12m deal
- Ausilio will fly to London Wednesday afternoon for Eriksen close deal
- Inter Milan has its original offer to secure £ 12m to secure Spurs man
- Denmark International Eriksen would be a free agent at the end of the season
Negotiations between Ausilio and Tottenham are set to take place[MilansportdirectorPieroAusiliomoetin London op Wednesday afternoon to close a deal for Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen.
Ausilio will meet Spurs officials to try to deal with Denmark internationally and bring him back to Milan as soon as possible.
Tottenham wants £ 18 million for Eriksen, whose contract expires in June, while Inter is willing to pay £ 12m plus potential add-ons.Inter Milan closes the £ 12m signing of Tottenham midfielder Christian EriksenEriksen probably has his last appearance for Spurs against Middlesbrough on Tuesday
Ausilio is typically the man that about d The finer details of Inte are negotiating player contracts, suggesting that they are sure to close a deal quickly.
Immediately offered in the £ 8.5 million region for the 27-year-old midfielder who attacks, but are willing to raise that. ]
They offer Eriksen a four and a half year contract worth £ 6.5 million per season plus an additional £ 1.7 million in bonuses.Director Inter Sporting Piero Ausilio flies to London to finish negotiations To finalizeEriksen played the full 90 minutes from Tottenham & # 39; s FA Cup replay on Tuesday evening
Eriksen played the full 90 minutes while Tottenham defeated Middlesbrough 2-1 on Tuesday-evening to reach the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Some Spurs fans sent the name of Eriksen when it was read before the game, but that could be his last game in their colors.
Spurs completed the 18-month signing monthly loan of Portugal midfielder Gedson Fernandes from Benfica on Wednesday in a further sign that Eriksen's departure is imminent.
Paris Saint-Germain & willing to compete with Inter & # 39; for Christian Eriksen after Italian club see £ 10.5 million offer rejected for Tottenham midfielder
- Christian Eriksen looks forward to leaving Tottenham before the end of the month
- The Denmark international has been the subject of an offer from Italian giants Inter
- Paris Saint-Germain are also convinced that they can beat Series A-side to the star, January 15 2020 |
Denmark's international look will leave the North London club this month, with only six months left on its current deal.
Interested in their original bid of £ 10.5 million rejected by the side of Premier League holding a fee that is closer to £ 20 million.Paris Saint-Germain is ready to compete with Inter for the signature of Christian Eriksen from Tottenham
However, according to the Mirror Paris Saint-Germain is ready to take the Series A to combine with the signature of the 27-year-old.
They report that the Ligue 1 champions have followed conversations between the two and are encouraged by the low numbers surrounding the deal.
Because Eriksen only has six months left on his contract, the French side is free to approve the player directly.
Rumor has it that the former Ajax man has been on his way to the exit of Spurs for some time and has refused the opportunity to sign a new deal.
Last summer, he was informed that he was ready to & # 39; try something new & # 39; although he was unable to move a movement before the window closed .Eriksen gives his shiort to a supporter after the FA Cup replay victory against Middlesbrough
Eriksen played in the Spurs & # 39; FA Cup third round replay victory against Middlesbrough.
After the game, Jose Mourinho said of his player: & # 39; He played very well, very professional is what I expect from him.
& # 39; If his decision is to leave, I think he should leave with his head up, giving everything he is trying to do for the team. & # 39;