As Christian Eriksen has discovered: the grass isn’t all the time greener.
The Denmark worldwide is hoping to finish his Inter Milan nightmare sooner relatively than later after being frozen out of Antonio Conte’s first-team plans.
Eriksen, 28, sealed a cut-price £17million transfer to the Serie A giants this time final 12 months after getting into the ultimate six months of his Spurs deal.
Nonetheless, the skilled playmaker has did not make his mark on the San Siro and was formally switch listed final month.
Eriksen, who has made simply 4 Serie A begins this season, has been linked with a transfer to Paris Saint-Germain – which might see him reunite with former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino.
The Ligue 1 giants are the present favourites to signal Eriksen at 5/4, in accordance with Sky Wager, with Pochettino quizzed on the potential of the pair linking up as soon as extra at his official unveiling as PSG head coach on Tuesday.
“Eriksen? This isn’t the second to speak about him,” Pochettino remarked.
“Any huge participant on the planet, I feel, is all the time welcome at Paris Saint-Germain.
“However I don’t want to talk about rumours. The truth is now we have simply arrived and we’re working laborious with the gamers who can be found and the gamers who must get again from damage.
“In fact Leonardo (PSG sporting director) is in direct contact with us. Paris Saint-Germain is a membership with direct buildings in place and all the time keeping track of a variety of gamers.”
Arsenal, in the meantime, are 6/1 to signal Eriksen within the January switch window, with Valencia put in as third favourites at 7/1.
A return to Ajax has additionally been mooted (10/1), though there was no concrete provide so far.
Premier League trio Manchester United, Wolves and Tottenham are additional down the pecking order, whereas Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund are each languishing at 20/1.
Christian Eriksen subsequent membership odds
Odds appropriate at time of publication
- PSG – 5/4
- Arsenal 6/1
- Valencia – 7/1
- Ajax – 10/1
- Manchester United – 12/1
- Wolves – 16/1
- Tottenham 16/1
- Barcelona 20/1
- Borussia Dortmund 20/1