Inter Reject Loan Offer From Hertha Berlin For Christian Eriksen, German Broadcaster Claims
Hertha Berlin are the most recent club to have come forward with an offer to Inter for out-of-favour attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen, according to a German broadcaster’s report this afternoon.
As per Sky Sports Deustchland, the German capital city club made an offer to Inter to take Eriksen on loan and wanted Inter to pay part of the Denmark international’s huge wages.
Inter chief executive Beppe Marotta kindly declined the offer because Inter are wanting to get rid of Eriksen permanently, and therefore loan offers with the payment of the salary being split will not be taken into consideration.
Eriksen earns €7.5 million a year and that is not including bonuses, a salary which has frightened off many potential suitors for the 28-year-old, who has under-performed in his year with Inter.
The former Ajax player has also been linked with potential moves to Leicester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham Hotspur among others and it is clear that time is running out for Inter to get rid of him before the transfer window closes.
Eriksen does not just want to leave in order to play regularly but wants to join an ambitious team capable of competing for important honours and he wants to earn the same salary he is on at Inter.