Inter Milan looking to cut their losses on Christian Eriksen

Conte urged Eriksen to 'raise level' to get a start at Inter

Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte is thought to be disappointed with Christian Eriksen’s start to the season.

The Danish midfielder moved to Inter Milan in January for a fee of 17.5 million pounds and he has struggled to adapt to the Italian’s system so far.

According to reports, Inter Milan are now ready to cash in on the midfielder in January and PSG are thought to be keen on the  former Tottenham player.

Apart from his form, Eriksen’s attitude has not gone down well with Antonio Conte either.

The Danish midfielder was one of the best players in the Premier League during his time in England and it is surprising that he has not managed to establish himself as a key star for Inter Milan so far.

It will be interesting to see if he can change Antonio Conte’s opinion about him in the coming months and hold down a regular starting berth as at Inter Milan.

The midfielder has not been a regular starter for the Italian club and he recently claimed that he is not keen on sitting on the bench for the whole season.

It is evident that Eriksen is growing impatient with his situation at the Italian club and a solution will have to be found sooner rather than later.

There is no doubt that he’s a quality player who can improve most teams around Europe and Inter Milan will have to find a way to get the best out of him.