Inter & Juve both ‘offer an annual salary of €10m to sign Eriksen this month’

Tottenham Hotspur have now resigned themselves to the fact they will be losing Christian Eriksen for definite come the end of the season and will therefore allow him to leave for €20 million this month according to a report in today’s print edition of La Repubblica.

27-year-old Eriksen’s contract with the north London based club is due to expire at the end of the season and there has been no shortage of clubs showing an interest in signing him.

Inter and Juventus, as well as Paris Saint Germain, Manchester United and Real Madrid, have all shown an interest in signing the former Ajax man.

The report goes on to explain that both Inter and Juventus are prepared to offer Eriksen an annual salary of €10 million and will meet Spurs demands as they wish to avoid being caught up in a bidding war for his signature this Summer.

This season Eriksen has made 24 appearances across all competitions. In 1386 minutes on the field, he has scored three goals and tallied as many assists.