Soccer – Mercato – PSG
Posted on October 13, 2020 at 7.15 p.m. by La Rédaction
Christian Eriksen promised a mocking season on the orders of Antonio Conte and was ousted in vain by Inter Milan this summer. His club is said to have offered him to FC Bayern Munich as part of an exchange.
Christian Eriksen is undesirable on Inter Milan’s side and fueled a lot of rumors this summer. As part of his search for reinforcement in midfield, PSG would have particularly investigated the Dane’s lead for a loan without finally reaching an agreement. However, Antonio Conte has never hidden that he did not bet on his midfielder and the Nerrazurri have been actively working to find a way out for him, even if that means offering him as a bargaining chip.
A Boateng-Eriksen exchange attempted by Inter?
At the end of his contract with Bayern Munich in a year, Jérôme Boateng was also courted that summer. Including Inter, who knew that Bayern were looking for a successor to Thomas Müller, would have proposed an exchange between Boateng and Eriksen, according to Sky Sports Germany. The European champions would have simply turned down the offer, determined to keep their center-back, who is now closer to extra time. A way out to forget for Christian Eriksen. The former Tottenham is set to leave in January more than ever, where PSG should try their luck, as is Borussia Dortmund, who are also interested.