Giuseppe Meazza, the managing director of the home team, confirmed the news that they would break up with midfielder Christian Eriksen in the winter transfer window.
Joining Inter Milan in the January transfer window this year, Christian Eriksen has received great expectations from live football viewers. This is understandable because the Danish midfielder is highly appreciated for his talent for playing football during his years with the Tottenham club.
However, Eriksen’s desire to change the competitive environment to find new challenges quickly turned into a nightmare when coach Antonio Conte also moved to lead the Nerazzurri. He proved to be inconsistent with the tactical system that the Italian military used at Giuseppe Meazza and constantly grinding his pants on the bench. This season, Eriksen also only played a mere 275 minutes in the No. 1 field of pasta.
In fact, Eriksen himself has expressed his dissatisfaction many times with Conte coach, but was not taken care of by the teacher. In the transfer window last summer, Inter Milan also put this 28-year-old player on the liquidation list. In the end, however, no deal happened. However, this does not mean that Eriksen will continue to stay at Inter Milan until the end of the upcoming winter market.
Recently, in an interview on the TV channel Sky Sports (Italian version), the CEO of Milan’s blue-black half, Beppe Marotta, confirmed that the team would break up with Eriksen in the January transfer opening:
“I confirm that he (Eriksen) is on the team list for the next transfer window. If nothing goes wrong, Eriksen will say goodbye to Inter Milan in January. He doesn’t fit the squad and the football philosophy we are building. This is obvious, and leaving would be good for both sides.
We have nothing to complain about with Eriksen, nor has there been any punishment for him after these statements. This is normal in football. Players always want to play, but not everything is up to you. Eriksen needs to find a new club for him to do his best”.