Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen is not an option for French giants Paris Saint-Germain, according to a report from Telefoot journalist Simone Rovera earlier today, as reported by German media outlet Bt.dk.
“At the moment, Eriksen doesn’t seem to be an option for Paris Saint-Germain. There are several reasons for this.
“First of all for economic reasons. PSG has lost up to €100 million this year and this loss could increase. And Eriksen has a huge salary at Inter. He earns €7.5 million. So, he is not a priority at the moment.”
The 28-year-old Eriksen, who is contracted to the Nerazzurri until 2024, seems destined to leave Milan in the upcoming January transfer window.
The Danish midfielder recently complained to the media about his lack of playing time under coach Antonio Conte, echoing statements made in the last international break.
Both complaints have infuriated the Milanese club’s management, as well as coach Antonio Conte, who believes that he has given adequate chances to the former Tottenham midfielder.
Eriksen has made seven appearances across all competitions so far this season, for a total of 301 minutes. In that time, he has failed to contribute to a goal and has appeared generally invisible, not matching Conte’s required intensity.
The player joined from Tottenham Hotspur in January of this year in a deal worth €20 million.