Former Tottenham star Christian Eriksen is the subject of interest from numerous Premier League clubs, according to one report.
The attacking midfielder made over 300 appearances for Tottenham between 2013 and 2020. He helped the club to establish themselves as top-four regulars and reach the Champions League final in 2019.
Eriksen swapped north London for Milan two years ago, with Inter paying just shy of £17million for his services.
The player went on to represent Denmark at Euro 2020 but collapsed in their game against Finland. After having an internal defibrillator fitted, which goes against Serie A rules, Inter agreed to end his contract.
Eriksen could now return to England. The Daily Mail report numerous top-flight clubs are monitoring his situation ahead of potential moves.
The teams remain unnamed by the report, although they could surface over the course of the January transfer window.
The 29-year-old has been training at Swiss outfit Chiasso to keep his match fitness. Eriksen’s representative Martin Schoots said recently: “It is going really well for Christian.
“He had all the checks just before Christmas. The results were so good that we expect him to be involved in a group training with a team some time later in January.
“But I would prefer Christian to talk about this himself and he will do so very soon.”
Schoots added: “Christian is very ambitious. Italy is one of the only countries with these regulations.
“In other countries it is very different. His contract with Inter has been terminated and now we can look forward.”
Eriksen’s obvious ability would make him a welcome addition to most Prem sides. However, his wage demands mean only clubs of a certain stature will be able to afford him.
Tottenham target gives latest admission
Meanwhile, Spurs target Dusan Vlahovic has given another update on his future.
Reports claim Antonio Conte’s side will have to fight off Juventus for the in-form Serbian.
“I talk about everything with my parents and my managers,” Vlahovic said.
“I have a great season behind me, I am aware that I have taken a serious step in my career. Fiorentina are not a small club, but a big team in Italy, which has a tradition, fans, players.
“But, as a young man, I already got used to the country that welcomed me with open arms. I thought that next season I had to establish myself as a player, to repeat the season like that, which was like a fairytale. And to qualify for Europe with the club.
“I’ve said it several times so far. There is a good football story being made here in Florence. We have a good team, great players, great support from the fans. Everything deserves respect.
“Only God knows what will happen in the next period. My desire is to take Fiorentina to Europe, because we haven’t been in Europe for a long time. We’ll see.”
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