Inter would not necessarily benefit if Christian Eriksen starred at the European Championships, according to a report in Italy today. suggested Eriksen could attract interest from top clubs around Europe if he impressed with Denmark at the upcoming tournament.

Eriksen’s suitors are currently being put off by his hefty salary, with the midfielder earning €7 million annually as per his contract with Inter.

Things could change if the 29-year-old succeeded with Kasper Hjulmand’s side, who are drawn in Group B alongside Russia, Finland and Romelu Lukaku’s Belgium.

Lukaku is another player who could force Inter to change their transfer plans if he succeeded with Roberto Martinez and co, the Milan-based publication argued.

The 28-year-old yesterday assured reporters he would stay at Inter, but the Nerazzurri would have a difficult decision to make if somebody came in with an offer above €100 million.

Milan Skriniar (Slovakia) and Stefan de Vrij (Netherlands) could also put themselves in the shop window by playing well at the Euros, and De Vrij would guarantee Inter a huge capital gain after he joined the club for free.

Elsewhere, Ivan Perisic and Marcelo Brozovic also have uncertain futures as they prepare to represent Croatia, with both players out of contract in the summer of 2022.

Lautaro Martinez, Alexis Sanchez and Matias Vecino could also generate interest for their services by performing well with their respective nations at this month’s Copa America.

Arturo Vidal was due to represent Chile but he has caught COVID-19 and his presence at the tournament is now inevitably in doubt.