Sampdoria midfielder Mikkel Damsgaard has dropped a hint that he would be interested in a prospective move to Inter next summer, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.
Speaking to Sky Sport about his time with the Danish national team, with quotes from FCInter1908, Mikkel Damsgaard suggested that he is up for the challenge of taking the next step up to Inter.
“Inter? Now I’m ready for the challenge.”
The Danish midfielder has been admired by Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio for a long time now and his incredible performances during Euro 2020 only extended Piero Ausilio’s belief that he needs to be playing for the Nerazzurri next.
Mikkel Damsgaard also passed a comment on what happened to Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen during Euro 2020. Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch in Copenhagen during Denmark’s opening game of the tournament against Finland.
He received life-saving medical attention on the pitch and is now recovering with his family in Denmark.
Mikkel Damsgaard said: “It was really difficult for the whole team, we didn’t know what happened to Eriksen and how to feel, because they were crazy and tragic moments, but we got the help we needed and we came back stronger than before.
“Very difficult, but we hope for a positive ending. Eriksen is in contact with us, he always writes in the group to wish the best when the national team plays. We are happy and we hope for a happy ending.”