Christian Eriksen is reportedly set to leave Inter Milan already after just a few months at the San Siro.
It hasn’t worked out for the Denmark international at the San Siro, and one imagines there’ll be a few punters betting on his return to the Premier League.
While you may have spent the time in between the football seasons keeping busy with online casinos, some of which can be found from this page, now the transfer season is in full flow it could be time to think about where big-name players could be moving to next.
Looking at teams who could do with signing Eriksen, we think it could be worth sticking a bet on one of these five…
Eriksen only left Tottenham in January, but one imagines the north Londoners would welcome their former star back in a heartbeat.
There have already been whispers of a potential £40million deal taking him back to Spurs, and there’s no doubt that would give the whole club a real boost ahead of the new season.
Eriksen has already been linked with Chelsea in a possible swap deal that would see N’Golo Kante leave to join Inter.
While it’s slightly hard to understand the logic in this move, with Chelsea already signing two attacking midfielders in Kai Havertz and Hakim Ziyech this summer, it would be hard to turn down a signing like Eriksen, so don’t rule it out.
This would be a controversial one due to Eriksen’s Tottenham connections, but the 28-year-old looks an ideal fit for the style of play Mikel Arteta has brought to Arsenal.
On top of that, he’d be an ideal like-for-like replacement for the struggling Mesut Ozil, so he’d surely find himself becoming a key member of the team very quickly.
With David Silva leaving City this summer, the club could do a lot worse than replacing him with a similar creative player in the form of Eriksen.
Of course, the former Spurs man is not quite at Silva’s level, but just imagine how much he could improve under the guidance of Pep Guardiola.
Linked with Eriksen before he moved to Inter in January, one imagines Real Madrid could still be worth thinking about as a likely next destination for the Dane.
Zinedine Zidane could do with a bit more flair in his attack after Eden Hazard struggled to settle last season, and in the long run Eriksen could also make an ideal successor to playmaker Luka Modric.