Inter still have no offers for midfielder Christian Eriksen, according to an Italian media report today.
The Danish international is up for sale in the January transfer window and appears more and more distant from the Nerazzurri’s plans with each passing day.
But as per Thursday’s print edition of Corriere dello Sport, Paris Saint-Germain have not come forward for the 28-year-old, nor have Arsenal or Manchester United.
In truth, only Aston Villa and West Ham United have made timid enquiries for the former Ajax player, but he is seemingly not too keen on a move to either side.
Inter hope to offload Eriksen, even on loan as a loan move could put him in the shop window again and make him an attractive player to clubs in the summer transfer window.
Without Eriksen, who is contracted to the club until 2024, departing, Inter coach Antonio Conte can forget about a reinforcement being brought in during this transfer window.
Eriksen came on as a second-half substitute in yesterday’s 2-1 defeat at Sampdoria, again failing to provide either a goal or an assist.