Interest from the Premier League is starting to heat up for Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen, amidst links to Mauricio Pochettino’s Paris Saint-Germain, according to a report from Italian media outlet FcInterNews earlier today.
The report details how PSG is the 28-year-old Dane’s preferred destination for next month’s move, both due to the prestige of the club and because sporting director Leonardo has wanted him for some time, having made an offer in the summer.
An exchange with Argentine midfielder Leandro Paredes may not take place as the new coach is also interested in utilizing the 26-year-old.
English side West Ham have officially offered Inter a loan deal for the player, looking for a trequartista after Felipe Anderson’s departure.
The Nerazzurri are hoping to make money or avoid a loss and so a loan is at the bottom of their priority list for now.
Arsenal could also be a destination, with Arsenal technical director Edu Gaspar a fan of Eriksen, the report continues. Coach Mikel Arteta is less interested but he could quickly find himself out of the role depending on the next few results, meaning a return to North London is still possible.