Christian Eriksen: Barcelona enquire about signing Tottenham midfielder this month

Christian Eriksen: Barcelona enquire about signing Tottenham midfielder this month

Tottenham are continuing their pursuit of Jose Mourinho's No 1 January transfer target Willian Jose but the two clubs are still £11million apart in their valuations.

Christian Eriksen met yesterday with Tottenham President Daniel Levy and reiterated that he wants to join Inter Milan this month, according to Sky in italy.

Schoots was in Italy last week meeting with Inter's directors who hope to have Eriksen, who is out-of-contract in the summer, on board for this Sunday's game with Cagliari.

Inter made a renewed offer of £ 11m plus bonuses for Denmark's global on Monday, but the Spurs are waiting for their valuation of £ 17m.

Inter have made an offer worth a total of €18 million including bonuses for the 27-year-old Danish worldwide who Spurs want €20 million for.

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen looks set to be on his way to the Serie A with Inter Milan waiting for his signature.

Inter continue to have belief that they can get a deal done for Eriksen, who they have reportedly already agreed personal terms with on the basis of a four and a half year contract.

Sky sports It will bring you the latest news from the January transfer market with the return of three shows. Transfer Talk then follows at midday delivering analysis of the biggest stories.



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