Inter will only sell Christian Eriksen in January if the midfielder’s suitors meet one of two conditions, according to an Italian media report today.
As per an editorial from Enzo Bucchioni for TuttoMercatoWeb, Inter will only let the Danish international depart on a permanent deal if they can recover all the money they spent to sign him from Tottenham 12 months ago (€20 million, without considering amortisation).
In order to let Eriksen leave on loan, meanwhile, Inter will demand the other club covers his €7.5 million net annual salary in full.
Eriksen has been strongly linked with a departure from Inter during this transfer window, having failed to nail down a starting spot in Antonio Conte’s midfield.
The 28-year-old’s wages are said to be a big stumbling block in front of any potential January deal, making it more likely that he will stay with the Nerazzurri for the rest of the season.
Eriksen has been linked to a range of European clubs, including Paris Saint-Germain, his former club Spurs and Atalanta, with one report this morning suggesting Inter could offer him in a loan swap deal for Papu Gomez.