INTER MILAN are ready to cut their losses on Christian Eriksen just seven months after joining, according to reports.
The Danish playmaker has never forced his way into Antonio Conte's first-team plans despite being one of Inter's marquee additions.
Eriksen, 28, has been limited to just eight league starts and was also left on the bench for the Europa League final defeat to Sevilla.
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He scored just once in Serie A and assisted twice having flopped since his £16.9million switch.
Speculation in Italy suggests Eriksen was signed from Tottenham by Inter's owners – against Conte's wishes.
Now Spanish paper Mundo Deportivo say they are open to selling Eriksen in a bid to raise extra transfer funds.
Conte has already spent over £65m on three signings including £36m on Real Madrid's Achraf Hakimi.
And he is plotting more big name signings having been linked with a sensational move for Lionel Messi and Tottenham's Tanguy Ndombele.
Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante is also on his wishlist as he looks to add steal in the middle of the park.
In July Conte publically warned Eriksen that his position in the side was under threat because he was "too shy."
He also claimed how Eriksen needed to show "more aggression" in his play.
Eriksen's availability is set to spark interest from across Europe having previously been linked with Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.
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