Christian Eriksen, Tottenham star, lands in Italy to complete move to Inter Milan

Christian Eriksen, Tottenham star, lands in Italy to complete move to Inter Milan

Italian giants Inter Milan are now on the verge of signing Tottenham star Christian Eriksen after the Danish professional footballer landed in Milan ahead of the move.

His Premier League side and Antonio Conte's side are said to have agreed a deal and the 27-year-old is expected to have his medical later on Monday, January 27.

On his arrival in Milan, Christian Eriksen who is believed to have agreed £320,000 deal with Inter was swarmed by photographers to get his photos.

Christian Eriksen is now expected to be the latest Premier League star who be joining Inter Milan in the ongoing January 2020 transfer window.

Recently, Inter Milan completed the signing of England international Ashley Young from Manchester United before getting Nigerian star Victor Moses from Chelsea.

After Jose Mourinho was appointed as Tottenham manager, he tried his best to convince Chritian Eriksen to sign a new deal which the player refused.

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There were reports that his dream was to complete a move to Real Madrid, but the Spanish giants are not interested in his signature.

Tottenham chiefs however made up their minds to allow him leave this month so as not to lose him for free when his contract expires at the end of the season.

Christian Eriksen joined Tottenham from Ajax in 2013, and has played 305 games for Spurs scoring 69 goals and creating 89 assists for the Premier League side.

This term, Eriksen has not been impressive for Tottenham scoring only three goals and was even dropped in the club's FA Cup tie against Southampton.

Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho will now have to concentrate on his available players or go into the transfer market for him to achieve his target this season.

After replacing Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham, Jose Mourinho was given a mandate to make sure the club finish among the top four when the season comes to an end.

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But as it stands presently, Tottenham are occupying sixth position on the standings with 34 points and they are six points behind fourth placed Chelsea.

Earlier, had reported how Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy, broke silence on Mauricio Pochettino's sacking with a huge hint that the Argentine may possibly return to Spurs in the future.

The Argentine was given a disgraceful marching order out of Tottenham Stadium in an astonishing circumstance that eased in the return of Jose Mourinho.

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