Christian Eriksen has no doubt his long-term future is with Inter, according to a report in the Italian media today.
Calciomercato.com said the midfielder was certain he would be part of the Nerazzurri’s project for the next few years, having signed a contract through to the summer of 2024.
Eriksen has regained form and confidence in recent weeks under Antonio Conte, having seemed certain to leave Inter during the January transfer window.
Beppe Marotta confirmed before Christmas that the 29-year-old was on the transfer market, but nobody who came forward was willing to take on Eriksen’s €7.5 million annual salary.
Eriksen remained in Milan as a result and has since been ‘reborn’ under Conte, with the turning point coming when he scored a stoppage-time winner for Inter in their Coppa Italia quarter-final against AC Milan.
CM noted that the last time he was off on international duty, back in November, he was out of Conte’s plans and seemed to have little future at Inter.
This time round, however, Eriksen has headed back to Denmark with no such doubts about his future at club level.