CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN has been told to “show more aggression” if he is to save his Inter Milan career.
The message came from his manager Antonio Conte, who described the Dane as “too shy”.
Italian website Sport Meidaset described how Eriksen is one of ELEVEN players who are available for transfer.
This is despite the 27-year-old only joining from Tottenham in January for £20m.
Inter would likely be asking for £55m for any potential suitors.
Now Gazetta is reporting that Conte has urged Eriksen to “eliminate” his shyness and “be more aggressive”.
Manchester United and Real Madrid were both strongly linked with Eriksen in the January transfer window as he refused Spurs’ pleas to extend his contract beyond this summer.
Old Trafford boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was reportedly willing to pay £40m for him.
But Solskjaer must be delighted he instead spent £68m on Porto’s Bruno Fernandes, who has become an instant Premier League sensation.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid reportedly had a verbal agreement to sign Eriksen, before Zinedine Zidane pulled out of the deal.