Something tells me this is more about your fantasy than his...A nice story but that's just wishful thinking really isn't it? I bet in the evenings, after he's retired, as he sits in his multi-million pound pad fingering his bird with the 50 grand titties and the 40 grand minge tightening, he'll often regret leaving Spurs for some poxy second tier team earning around 150k a week or whatever after not much tax and think to himself......."gutted......why didn't I try harder"
Unlikely IMO, very very unlikely.
Probably to give him a send off but given his performances and attitude this last year the club risks him receiving a very mixed reception.Makes no sense for him to play now we know he’s actively in talks with Inter, disrespectful to other members of the squad
It's not as if they're a mess either. Conte is a fantastic coach.Once again astounded by the lack of respect on here for Internazionale, a club by comparison with whom we pale.
Don’t believe me? Just consider the 80,000 fans he’ll get to entertain in a colosseum which has witness no fewer than 18 domestic titles, the most recent of which came a decade ago, and 3 European Cups/ Champions Leagues- the same amount as our total European trophies (Inter has also won 3 UEFA cups and 7 Coppa Italia).
Then consider that he will live in a city perhaps not as culturally significant to its country as a London is to England, but still a city which is a cultural centre of art and fashion, it’s Duomo one of the grandest, most astounding examples on earth of gothic architecture; a city which enjoys on average far more sunshine and warmth, far less rain; and in a country which, while guilty of its own widespread discrimination issues, has not actively, formally and officially ostracised those born overseas as his current country of residence has during the period in which he’s made this career decision.
Even if one disagrees, anybody failing to understand why Eriksen would see a move to Inter as progression from Spurs, even if less progression than he ideally would have liked, is either being myopic or deliberately obtuse.
I’ve not even mentioned that he might finish the season with a league winners medal...
How can we make him look like we have any negotiating power when he can go on a free at the end of the season?Inter are rumoured to have a pre-contract agreement with Eriksen. That gives them a lot of negotiating leverage. The only way we can argue a decent price for him is by making it look like he's still of use to us, and therefore playing.
They most probably want him now for their title charge. If he was training with the reserves how could we justify even the supposed €16m plus add ons Di Marzio is saying? At least if he's still making appearances with us we still have a valid argument for his services being worth something to us between now and the summer.How can we make him look like we have any negotiating power when he can go on a free at the end of the season?
They're not stupid or desperate. If anything they're doing us a favour.
If he gets an injury in this game who in their right mind would pay for him when you can wait a few months and get him for nothing and probably increase his wages as a sweetener?
We have no power over him or potential buyers. None.