Clubs who previously tried to sign Christian Eriksen will come back in for him in January according to a report from Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia journalist and transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio.

At the end of the most recent Summer transfer window, Borussia Dortmund, Hertha Berlin and Paris Saint-Germain, among others, reportedly tried to sign him on a loan basis but Inter and the player knocked back these proposals for the Danish national team player.

Eriksen has struggled ever since joining Inter in the January transfer window from Tottenham Hotspur and Di Marzio has shared that he is expecting big things regarding Eriksen in the upcoming January transfer window.

“I expect things to heat up regarding the Dane. If this trend with regard to his use continues, the teams that already wanted to loan him in October will come back in, perhaps with more choice for both the player and the club,” the noted journalist explained whilst present in the studios of the broadcaster a short time ago.

He went on to add: “Inter, however, in line with the philosophy highlighted during the Summer transfer window, said no to loans for the most important players, think of Nainggolan and the no to Cagliari, therefore his sale should not be taken for granted.

“It may be the case that the Nerazzurri try to revalue the player, for whom they made an important investment to sign in January.

Since joining Inter, Eriksen has made 33 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored four goals and tallied three assists for his teammates.