Ajax and Wolves 'make contact with Eriksen's agent over January move'

Ajax and Wolves ‘make contact with Christian Eriksen’s agent over January move’… rivalling Arsenal and Real Madrid for Inter Milan outcast

  • Inter Milan are set on pushing Christian Eriksen out the door this January 
  • The midfielder has never settled at the San Siro after moving a year ago 
  • Arsenal, Real and Atletico Madrid are among favourites to sign the Dane 
  • Ajax and Wolves have now added their names to the pool of interested clubs 

Inter Milan are forcing out Christian Eriksen but there are plenty of clubs craving his signature, with Ajax and Wolves joining the race for the San Siro outcast. 

The former Tottenham star has spent just 12 months in Italy but is already wanted out after having scant impact and falling out-of-favour with Antonio Conte. 

Eriksen’s old London rivals Arsenal are among those weighing-up a move, with West Ham, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid also thinking of rescuing the Danish playmaker.  

Christian Eriksen is almost certain to leave Inter Milan this January after failing to settle 

The former Spurs star’s former youth side Ajax are now interesting in bringing him back

Premier League stutterers Wolves have also made contact over an Eriksen move this month

Two new suitors have joined the race, with Eriksen’s boyhood club Ajax and stuttering Wolves making contact with his agent, transfers expert Gianluca Di Marzio reported on Sky Italia.   

The Serie A side are desperate to offload Eriksen quickly but have yet to receive a bid this month.  

Conte has long known the 28-year-old is incompatible with his system, and has played a total of 64 minutes in Inter’s last nine Serie A matches. 

The Dane has been stuck on the sidelines this season and has barely contributed since arriving

Manager Antonio Conte has shown no interest in including Eriksen in his plans for Inter Milan

Spurs’ old assist king has only provided the setup for three goals in his year at the San Siro, having desperately agitated for a move from the Premier League side as well. 

Inter sit second in the Italian top-flight after 15 matches, just a point behind city rivals AC Milan and a healthy nine ahead of champions Juventus. 

They certainly won’t miss Eriksen, who badly needs his next move out to save his career and rediscover his brilliant best.  

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