Inter Milan star is ready to reject Manchester United offer

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It looks like the Inter Milan star is ready to snub an offer from Manchester United in the January transfer window.

The former Tottenham playmaker Eriksen is ready to snub interest from Manchester United and hold out for Paris Saint-Germain to come in with a more lucrative deal for him in the upcoming transfer window.

Eriksen has not been a good signing for the Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan with only 4 goals in 38 appearances and the club are willing to let the Danish international go within just 12 months of his signing.

As reported by the Daily Mail, the Italian giants will not be looking for a swap deal or any kind of loan deal with an option to buy, they have clearly asked forr a £27 million transfer fee for their midfielder, which has piqued the interests of Manchester United and Arsenal, who are willing to sign the 28-year old playmaker. But reports have claimed that the Gunners have turned down their opportunity to sign in Eriksen leaving the Red Devils with a clear run at the Dane.

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It is no surprise that United are currently struggling with only one in-form creative midfielder in their arsenal, Bruno Fernandes. Paul Pogba’s form has been up-and-down and he is currently considering a move away from Old Trafford. As a result, it might be time for Solskjaer to find a proper replacement for the Frenchman.

United will have a vacant role in their midfield when Pogba is gone and Eriksen could be the one to fill that void. Having played for Tottenham Hotspur for years, the Dane can be considered as a veteran in the Premier League and Solskjaer is always looking to balance out his young squad with some seasoned players.

But it looks like Eriksen is not looking forward to a return to the Premier League once again and is reportedly waiting for a potential offer form Paris Saint German in the upcoming transfer window.

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