Danish international midfielder Christian Eriksen has accepted a transfer to Inter this transfer window, Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia's transfer market Gianluca Di Marzio reported moments ago.
According to the report, Eriksen has accepted a move during this month and is now prepared to negotiate his personal terms with the Nerazzurri.
Now, Inter will have to agree terms with Eriksen's club, Premier League outfit Tottenham Hotspur, who have slapped a €20 million price tag on the Dane. The Nerazzurri on the other hand have made an initial offer of €10 million as talks continue between the parties.
Furthermore it is reported that Inter have decided to step up their interest for Eriksen given the uncertainty surrounding the future of Chilean international midfielder Arturo Vidal at Barcelona, following the Blaugrana having sacked their coach Ernesto Valverde.
It remains to be seen if Inter can include a player into the deal to lower Tottenham's demands, but what is clear is that the Nerazzurri have decided to bring Eriksen in now.