Marotta believes Inter Milan will complete an agreement to bring Christian Eriksen


Marotta believes Inter Milan will complete an agreement to bring Christian Eriksen


Inter Milan CEO Giuseppe Marotta believes the club will complete an agreement to bring in Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen before the transfer window closes this month.

Marotta stressed that the negotiation process would be agreed by mid next week with a medical report scheduled for Monday.

Giuseppe Marotta said that his team will not hide and they are

‘We will not hide. We’ve already discussed it with Tottenham. I am optimistic and hope it can be concluded as soon as possible. I am sure it can be resolved within the next few days,’ Marotta explained, quoted from DAZN, Sunday (1/26/2020).

Eriksen’s arrival will at least threaten the harmony of other players. You name it, Matias Vecino who in the past few days continues to be associated with Everton.

Touched on whether Inter will make a sale or loan of players before the winter transfer window closes, Marotta said that it would conduct an evaluation related to that. The most important thing right now is to wait for certainty about Eriksen’s arrival.

‘A good player will come, then the dynamics of the window will be evaluated. We will decide at home,’ he concluded.


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