Christian Eriksen 'offered to Real Madrid and Atletico in transfer by Inter Milan' with ex-Tottenham ace free to leave

INTER MILAN have offered out-of-favour star Christian Eriksen to Real Madrid and Atletico, according to reports.

The Dane was in high demand last year, after outlining his intention to leave Tottenham Hotspur.

Inter eventually won the race to his signature, securing it for what seemed a bargain £17million at the time.

But Eriksen, 28, has endured a difficult 12 months at San Siro.

Boss Antonio Conte has struggled to implement the attacking midfielder into his 3-5-2 system, with Eriksen having to spend plenty of time left on the bench this season.

Real Madrid and Atletico were among the sides monitoring Eriksen's situation during his final months at Spurs.

Inter got their man on that occasion, but the teams from the Spanish capital may have another chance to sign the talented ace.

According to Marca, Inter chiefs have offered Eriksen to both in recent weeks.

With the LaLiga giants struggling financially in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, however, a deal this month may be unlikely.

Inter formally transfer listed Eriksen last month.

But their rumoured demands of £27million may put off many potential buyers.

Manchester United and Arsenal have both been linked with the former Spurs supremo.

And perhaps former boss Mauricio Pochettino may decide to reunite with his former No23, having yesterday been appointed by Paris Saint-Germain.

Eriksen has made 38 appearances for Inter since joining, scoring four goals and laying on three assists in that time.

He has only started four of his side's 15 Serie A games to date this term.

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