Marotta suggests that Eriksen could leave Inter in January

Carlo Garganese
Carlo Garganese
  • Updated: 19 May 2021 15:43 BST
  • 2 min read
Marotta suggests that Eriksen could leave Inter in January
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Christian Eriksen could leave Inter in January, the club’s CEO Beppe Marotta has suggested.

The Danish international only arrived at San Siro at the beginning of 2020 from Tottenham but has endured a disastrous time so far.

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He has scored just one Serie A goal this year and has fallen well down Antonio Conte’s pecking order.

Conte said earlier this week that Eriksen had been given plenty of opportunities to show his ability and seemed to suggest he was no longer in his plans.

“Conte replied exhaustively, I add that a club should never hold a player if he asks to leave,” Marotta told DAZN before Inter’s Serie A game with Torino on Sunday.


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  • “Eriksen is behaving like a professional, he is a player available to Conte and what the coach does is in respect of the player and the club.

    “Eriksen hasn’t made any request but when the right time comes we’ll try to find the right solution.”

    The 28-year-old was once again left out of the starting line-up against Torino as Conte opted for Nicolo Barella, Arturo Vidal and Roberto Gagliardini in midfield.

    Eriksen has been linked with a January transfer to either PSG or Arsenal, possibly in swap deals involving either Leandro Paredes or Granit Xhaka, respectively.

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