Tottenham will not re-sign Christian Eriksen from Inter Milan
The 28-year-old Danish international spent close to seven years at Tottenham, having joined from Dutch giants AFC Ajax in 2013. He ended his stint this past January, joining Serie A heavyweights Inter Milan. However, the move has failed to work out for Eriksen.
The attacking midfielder has struggled for game time as well as his form under Antonio Conte, leading to speculations over his future at the club. This had led to reports claiming that Tottenham Hotspur were looking to bring back the 28-year-old to the club. (h/t Football.london)
However, as per fresh reports, that is far from the truth. Tottenham have absolutely no intentions of bringing Eriksen back to the club because manager Jose Mourinho is of the belief that the Danish international is less competitive to understand his way of football. (h/t Football.london)
In addition, club chairman Daniel Levy is also believed to be unkeen to re-sign the former Ajax star. This is because Eriksen wanted to leave Spurs on a free transfer this past summer, meaning Tottenham would have made no money from his sale, which hasn’t sat right with Levy. (h/t Football.london)
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Eriksen, for all his good qualities, had looked well below his best in his last days at Tottenham. And considering how his time at Inter Milan has gone, bringing him back might not be the smartest idea for the club.