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MetiNews.Com - Arsenal have been linked with a move for former Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen who has been made available for transfer by Inter Milan this month.
Breaking News ! Arsenal have been backed to pull off a deal to sign former Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen. The midfielder appears to be on the chopping block at Inter Milan despite only arrival at the club a year ago on a £17million deal from Spurs. Eriksen has failed to fit in at San Siro, managing just four Serie A starts this season and yet to register a goal or assist in 13 appearances across all competitions. It emerged last week that Inter are struggling with cash liquidity issues and they are hoping to raise money in what could be a very difficult situation for the Italian giants. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now And Eriksen could be the first to go, with Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta confirming the former Spurs star is on the transfer list. "We've been very clear many times that there are players on the so-called transfer list, these are players who want to play more regularly, and the club is ready to make them happy and find replacements," he said. "Eriksen is on the transfer list, Piero Ausilio confirmed as much. He has struggled to settle into the squad, he is not functional to the squad.
. “Arsenal are regaining confidence. They’re walking again and Eriksen, honestly, could be of use there [at Arsenal],” he told Tutto Mercato. Speaking about Eriksen's plight since his move from Spurs, where he enjoyed impressive six-and-a-half years, Giaretta added: "Every player needs trust, an opportunity. And at Inter he had few opportunities. He must feel strong, important.” Inter are only said to want the £17million they paid for Eriksen this month, and that could prove a much cheaper option for Mikel Arteta than the £40million Emiliano Buendia, though the Dane's wages are likely to be significantly higher.
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